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ENGINEER ARRIVES TO
' ..,  B.  C,   SATURDAY MORNl.V,   OCTOBER 31, 1908.
oSn��i��B|*��-" ��� '���*�������������   ���,
li   aid   Alleges
��� Spain Was
Robert   Howes,  American   Engineer  Of
Repute, wm  Supervise Construction  of  Chill >ine
LIBERALS ELECT
(IRS FOR 1909
SUIT AGAINST GREAT
NORTHERN WITHDRAWN
TWO HUNDRED ARREST!
IN NEW TORI. POOL ROOMS
���
��� ng
pre
lv,
l ��� '���
Id  ���
I
laken  from
if  Od
with the denl tl     foi m
,:  the famous
���
uni  ,ii. ition
li   ilwaj
���
i     colli
will    entei
it the
iin, I iiief
: itish Columbia,
��� ,.. ������    of
Sheriff
:     am    police
on ���    ask    in
:. made a
Williams,
thai    S '.'in
Stanley, who
a crime
Vani ouvei    (let
wiio i     ���     ike an
with ih.   l:   c   El
pany,       i      lie \\��� ���
'���"'���"' ���'''������'������ He will taki
charg    ol  the   nam
pany  to  CM llwu
U] m his  duth      !  ii
Mi.  M iwe   i    an  ��� n ��� h ,   m
' .a    lerable practli n   ���       I. ice, an i
is ac. ounte I a val He wa
with     tl       \.. Watei  ���
company,    of    Siiokane     thi     Gn
NOI till : 11     POWl I    .il:;. ,,.     i ;
and   i;..    \1.   ro]  ilil   i    Stri   i   Ra
a.... of New Vork,
It I tood lhai  ii  li  no   ,
; i     d  b       ii   ii   '     Electric com
to   ;'������' tnanentlj   fill     i     ,." II Ion
Li be
tain
Atti
Organize Young
i avorably Enter-
Meeting Largely
Brunette    S   ,. ., ||8 Co.  Did   Not    Proceed   With   Action  Against  G.N.P..
��� Vera Bt   Entered.
Ni .,  Vork Police Enforce a New Anti-
P.sce   Track   Gambling   Law���Raid
Was   Unexpected,
BRAVE WOMAN NOT
TO Gl! A MEDAL
.
-
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i -  ia. nt the
soeii   ��� a   yes-
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'������     E.   Kl .:  ti-Jti.l;
'.    Han
11    A.
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cape  from I genera'    superintend! n      Mr,
.   Hm jetiKins, roofe   for   I ie time   being  is
crime   of I
V
aci  i
MorrfSon    at
I -.1 i,. t. mg
|was cimlineii the    Whati im
.   he talld d to
, ��� : the latter
general Buperintendeni
CURF
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I     Vici dt nt ���Aid
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s' ��� I   \v   Mai : ��� ii
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Tn at    ���      Hi     ei     Ui .- ,
lonj
Exi '��� .; .      Vld  J. Jardlm    R  Bin I -
land, Ed. Go ilet, Capt. Mayers, Qe i ge
Vdam     M.   I'hilli..-,  W.   '   Whiti
For the ������ .��� a po itions i n the execu-
��� ���" ���   fifti .'ii nominations.
Befori   . ju:;.   ye. tei
case ol      ��� ,   :..  Sawmilli
pany vs. i ,    ..   & y. n,i
the Greal   N .      , ..a.--. fi
ages for a sei lne fin  ;
in--   '��� ::,, an. on June -
was heai I   c Justice Hunti      .  -
siding.
E. l'i'  ; [oi   thi
pany, an I   V. H   McNeill foi
Mrs. Patterson, Heroine of
Coloma VA-      Noi  K.
ible for Recognition.
n,���
��� i    In
I
paterson, whose brave aci   ���!��������� I
of the bark Coloma,
waj    compai
cte i
Win alii r.
,    The mi
���-���
ci I.
Lewis, stated in the course ol   i
��� di nee
store b to k         -  I
ctun ..     ?i i	
carried | irance on thess
ia-    mi , d   ....... !  j  -.">.
Hii| Ioi ,.   ,|  with tli- . ���
.   I for i  ��� ntlfl           ���  .   fact
  i    insurance
Si ai tie,  Wn.,  Oct,  30,   The i
ordinance will be enforced Btrii I
itiffs    had
had nothing  ;.    lo i suit,     il
the insn hi recov. r
later 1 for tl	
was awai
Mr.
k, O.      ,i      \|     ...     200
,   . ii terda
I teruo-.n whe:.   _ ,.,...n $ g(   .;lii     ()(i.
t Si     ad avi nue and E    ���
/ment will
Seven        reet.     lh m
openl .    was  not     '   ;    V'' es    ������  '' 'clslon
I       . ill,. .  fori e an               ���   '���������       ���    o I md comml.
an       '! hi j  walki I i tlj iti and  li        ....                  Mrs   Minnie A,
wen             ested     Befo ie opi i .i-
a.   \\l making
:   iv the officers .   on han I
.   ,. surroun li I and thi   i
.   . ham    foi esi
ruder orders ^^^^^^^^^^^^^m
believe that no mon
con misslom r    - ting I a
. s i . rformed o
- .1 the  raid       in  i*.is
enl  ovei   the bee I-    I   Inspector
:.. id   ind  Captain  Shaw,   b it this
an ��� Bingham,   who   ������ -
������    ed   his     in- ���: ni.ition     : i om   "out-
s."
i   re  made  und r  the
.
ofl   Vanci
id in Di I 106,
Mai ine  m- n   I imillai   si Ith   i hi
linley wa.. not anxious to appeal   ���������,, poll)
:��� It is claim   ir the reirorts of Juvenile offenders and
lelplng him to
A  Ciear  Csmoaign. 	
, ��� .]    .ui-.     .vicNeni     ci-iis-ex:t;,.
\:;. ���  the   eli ci on    ol   "tin- i.-   and
length  to find  oui  how the buildings
.ii aci "ii   ol   routine   - uslness, i
; were  lit, and  what  precautions  were
in, in go io New Wes!
mer   !!��� took  Stanley |
���   train went over
man   over    to
I'ndi; . ���  i of the   pro
taken    to  Ni W
after   the  trial
I.: constable who
���to take ti ick to the line,
lie: s .<���     ai   Douglas
ft;.,' oltce would make
I 'nre  liim  ���uul    he
an.  however,  it   Is
fix the constable al
ind suspension, will result | Rob���rJ  jardine, the Liberal  standard
learer, �� as call, d upon :      , :'��� w re-
Ri fei ring to thi   n ci nt ..'lection, Mr,  Jardine it althi igh
they had bi en beati a,   . ���    coul I eon- ���
gratulate  themselve..  on  Having  con-1
I truants are n<it  n e regularly'[marks.
| hi the polici Minors under the agenl' ill must inm ... at home nol later
ihria '.'  o'clock,  p.  ni.
taken against   Iii-
The evidence called subsequen ly
was not satisfactory to the case for
the plaintiffs and Mr. Davis intimated
thai  the - oui I    be    withdrawn^
ducted a  clean  and  manly fight,  the! with costs being paid by the plaintiffs
Secretary Metcalf Still III.
Washington, Oct. 30.���Secretary
Metcalf is still confined to his bed
wiih :i disordered liver and has been
ii llged to cancel all his polltlcul and
social engagements for the m ar future. His malady Is yielding to mi II
<-al treatment.
Tin-  jurj   ���    a  formally returned
verdict  foi    tli    lefi n hints.
. li I in at Douglas
: Stanlej did noi
ii   tra n     He,    In
ii. .il   behind
teantime the train
Hams ai Bellingham. The man was
li inded o., ���. ;., bis custodj At the
boundary,   and
While he ��as hi i e he m ide a Btate-
menl  In absoluti   contradiction to the
mi.   alleged   al   Bellingham,  and   was
;h. ri tor.-  nut   pui  .rn  iIn   stand.    At
v-    oon .is ii   thi   ,ei|!iesi   oi  Sheriff   William .    hi
was  on   hand   man's room ut the Windsor hotel waa
Canuck offi    matched   from   thi   time  he  left    the:
���.. and Bald  he had   cou       ou      till  bis    return, aad  al-
: ai Douglas, it* r-r   though not  In custody, he was watch*
|usi  :n time   to  ��� I  ai   careful j   as thi   prisoners, nor
d table    forcing   ii   anj   lime   uas    freedom  promised
i-i  ii r iiis i videnc.
Tl is Idea,  however, is explained  by
ihe facl   lhal  Stanley had consulted a
lav.\��� i-  ni   Bellingham  ai*oui  an    at-
init   the tempi   to quash  his conviction,    and
the   line j while here was legally advised to re-
contrast between iheir campaign and
the tactics of their opponents having
������'ii most marked, slander and scandal having been ihe stock in trade of
the Tniies throughout the twelve
i,ninths they had been electioneering
y.i this district. Mr. Jardine urged
upon the member,   present the n-ces-
sity of getting ini*..   ji^ht now  in au-1 	
ticipatlon   Of   another   .-lection,   either] Artillery Sergeant Arrested  While At-
PLAN TU BLOW UP FOOT
DISCOVERED IK TIME
rovlnclal or Dominion, as it was the
brought   to   the   city. I l,an>' i*-**-  wa�� alw<*-*s  prepared thai
won out when mal ds c; me to a climax. Referring   tothi FraserTiverlm-1
provement scheme, the speaker men-1
tempting   to   Set   Fire   to   Powder
Maga-'n-*���Tenantry Troubles.
London,   U<t,
��� ited
th
anxiou ���
��� gulf"
t ion* il ; hal  he v. a
the ��� Thirty feet to
ev r,
ei i   hiiiis- If  to thi   ul mos      in   iii-iug! A
im! thai  lie would ex-j Ca'"''**'
to seeIt0 ������'   government todaj   thai  a:i at-
reliz*   lempi^va   in       todaj  to destroy Fort
.'. ni, :���     nards   !
rgeant of a "iii- rj   i cover-
���
li- Uous
���-��� iiartner over the line,
he ptoj  and re
:- ilrables
P ��� anadlan soil Bert
mei ii re,
imem I I   ,,Ver     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.nu!  put   hlm  un- turn pcaceablj  to prison and cany out
then   pui   up    a his negotiations for a revision of the
Ben  threw   him sentence from  l_*-lliaj,rhj__n, instead of
'" .md   before   the   hobo outside the jurisdiction of the court.
ation     Inspector Prisoners   Release.
.i.ii-;..  cut in and      When ;he trial of Jenkins was over.
on      and    put guard W.J.Norfolk uas dispatched to
r''��� ii Bellingham, Douglas wiih  the    uadcestanding  he
*   ��� ���-  are unable to should     bring    ills   prisoner  back  if
[' a nartj  to   the there was anj trouble     At the boun-
..i,i.,  bui    thej iiaiy   Norfolk   released   his   prisoner
I i' planned  ll  all who was at  once taken  Into eusioilv
was    captured|of Deputy sheriff Williams,
Spain had   oi
in.!   ilie  local  of-
:    ill    l.ieir    I iiU <j
! have had him deport
;,:       oon,   n    ,.      '���!   ���   i   ap
��� rem apath:  of the elei toi -. as evidenced    ���  the majority given theCou*
ervatl ve candidal...
Voung   Liberal   Association.
The matter of forming a Young ___U-
ing it to a i'ii.- of pa - _, so ar-
iaa_. ���! that it would lead the fianies
to tli. magazine. Thi d scoverj was
:-.i: !��� just in time to previ ni a dis"-
asti :
.ial., association was brought up by j \ courtmartia) was .nee., i a ..ace.
Sid MalcolmFoa, who pui up a strong Walli i -tails have not been made pub-
plea for the organization of the young J He,  it   is  understood  the   perpetrator
en
in. ihe ac: of iisli.ins a match and
coast.    Mrs. Paierson's deed  wai
ai  thi
it    was believed    thai    the Cai i ���
���  ��� ��� in/,, her.
W. T. !.-������       ... of thi     ttei
chants' Exchange, 11 celve I word
terday from F.M.Wilmot, of th   con
mission,  stating thai    oo  October 21
Mrs.  Paterson's  case  was    taken up.
iio concludi -
"After    a    thorough    investigation
considered this afternoon, and 1 regret to inform yon thai
thi  commission decided it is not wil
in the scope of the fund."
ln writing to Mrs. Paterson Mr.Isted
expresses sentiments which will pr i*
ably meet with the approval of Pacific
mariners in general.   In part he says:
"I  cannot   help  but  feel   that   some
one has evidently ?iven the commis-
^_^^^^^_^^_^^^^^^_^_ sion fact., -hat are a little different to
W. Alcock, a section man employed ;hosP we know ()f lt la wlth much
by thi B. C. E, R company on tho ...,.,_.,.. ,h,t. , 1(,.rn tll.u y0|, arfl no, to
cutting of a new grade beyond Col- be dec0rat6d with a medal which i
lingwood, was Injun I by a landslide .,-;nl. V(,,. .,,., entitled to, The ship-
at that polnl early this morning, sua- ping publj0 however, will recall the
talning injuries on various parts of coloms being ashore, and it is our
rlle ���'���"���'��� earnest wist that you will not be call-
He  was  broughl   to  ihis  city shortly Lj up0n again to render asslstanci   oi
after the accident. Dr. Rothwell hav-  th}a Kind."
lng been summoned in the meantime.! Mrs. Paterson's husband at the tlm<
After a hastj examination at the tram ,.��� ,h_ ,,,,,.,. was k,.,._,..,. .������ ,h,. nght*
office, u was decided to remove Mr. jhou8e a, ca��� Beaie, on Vancouver is-
Alcock to the Royal Colum ian hos* , ,. ���.-;, Coloma was driven ashore
pital, when, he will remain for some ,, terrific storm December 7. 1906,
days. His injuries are not though! and .,.. unf0itunate crew took to 'he
-���   ������ i , gging. Seeing  theJr desperat<t   piiyghi
I Mrs.  Paterson  bravely made her  way
new Apni'w-iia; ��� anti-race tra     gam-
.  law,   an 1   if  convictions  result
found   guilty   musl   go   t<     b
��� ���-..   no  ilti raative of a flni
rted thai many othi -    ool
are being operated in Manhat-1 *>'our case was
nd  General   Bingham  expressed
hi- determination to put them all -"it
i :    isiness.
hi l.iiUNMAN IS HURT
\H EARLY MORNING SEIDE
COMPULSORY   VACCINATION
QUESTION   IS   AN   ISSUE
mged  within the fort.
Tbe officers  think  the  attempt   was
in-  result  of tenantry  iron..les.
men of this city.    Alter som.   discus- ! b
sion <in the subject, a committee consisting of Sid Malcolmson,  Jl. Ryall,
Alex   Ferguson, l>.  Walker and L.. B.
Lusbj   was  naiui'd   to  arrange  de-tails I
in connection wi:h ihe .scheme. millionaire leaves
FORTUNE   TO   HIS   SON
I"
ie. i   ��� hi
���
nihil    hi ! ���-.
of doin       .>
ims io re
.
.., en
���    ���     |o   ���-.  ;    Wii
Al
very
.liven
.���hid- Constable Spain  said  thai   If and Sara A i These little women,
the prison   authoritl a   bad   not     een  who nl    fori nln.  and ����y-ftve
, ���,��� t0 ..,!"   Stanlev nvei-. he should   Inche,   ..    , ���-    �� considerable
���      ���.,,!,., ;l���  lm-   histrlou'-c   talent Their  performance
ed SOU!
the
I'he
nl   ' I
, i      Ilie
' ���
. \ iitm
mlgrai Ion   Ai I  its an  undesirable.
Willi regard to I hi  atatem ini In the      I li
r ' ��� i    exi' aci   i ba.   Sheriff   Williams  , anta i
.       . eu  Insi ��� ic ed by thi
to  i elease  ,)i nktn .
publicli ���   was given at l he
lla,'. li... ie murder,   \\i    Spain  ha ; In  en Utah
'���'"   his   lossesslon a letter rrom  Williams   whlli   in
iu  w hich  he . l >ii u:: *      .  i nl. aw s the  n adiu
���   that   he   never \ Adams,
Imi uti ���  and
���
was
.-:,
I   'n
'    .
1
���
oner  ul     the
Berve out   bis
bo afti i- serv*
i: lar to the
n    convicted last.
i    ,c     less
after wurd a.
nflicni|   Denin!
���
understood   the   n nor    oi    '��� lejihone
nn    ,i  - bj Spain a oui rele ising
a number of suspects of the crime ;"  should
applj   to tin   negro Jenkins. This com* an  tableaux, tbe besj  of which  were
munlcation was Bhown  to the writer' "Rldiciih "
LILLIPUTIAN  SISTERS
San     Francisco,    Uei.    ;!u.--As    an-
ARE   HEARTILY  WELCOMED   nounced   liy  ih.- .xccninrs  oi   lleur>   A.
  Blatters, the millionaire traction mag-
li-ii-dij.ijn's  ball   la-si   evening a   .,.,.,, u|)() ,|i,,.j j.Wi Tuesday, the bulk
Interesting    entertainment    wits jor *jjs fortune, estimated    ut   several
by iJj*   Lilliputiaa .Sisters. Luc:-   mt]]jon  dollars. wUl  go to thi   testa
tor i, il.iir.. A   Butters, jr.. who ;s
.uien.I ng Phllll] s Exeter academy, \\
\e\. Hampshire Sot only is Mrs-
,:i: rs . xcludi d from participation
but l" r two daughters by a :' rim
marriage, are cut off with be<yie I i
$5 , i a the will says thai failure ti
Ml, ,,, provision tor Mr. Butters is
due to the faci that propertj had
bei a settled ujxm hei luring the lifetime of her husband.
Tho bulk of tlie '-;.';' I* divided
Into two portions, one of which is to
go to young Buttara when he Is thlrtj
years of age, anj the remainder ten
years later.
over a rough road for mth s, through a
..-���   - mm.   to   give   the     alarm.
  v... |    eached  th.-  Canadian  pjovern-
Tacoma, Oct 30. Superintendent ���'"n; steamer Quadra, which rescued
I'odtr. of the Tacoma schools, will l]- ten men in the nksk of time But
submit to Hon,., u Dewey, state for Mls- Paterson's heroic act. every
superln i ndenl of Instruction, the man would hav,. been lost, as the bark
niaii.i- of compulsory vaccination. He soon pounded in pieces,
wants a rigid law compelling vaccina-! ���*���"���* Paterson received a gold medal
tlon, so framed thai no quibbling at- from the United States government
toiiieys can lind a loophole in it. Thel
lijiht againsi  vaccination is   'growing
strongei   here year by   year,  and    the
school   board   from  time  io  time ha.s
Mr. Isted, Alfred Morley, of Victoria,
and the Victoria Roard of Trade officially notified the Carnegie comnii.-
sion  of the woman's act    anil asked
trouble with people who refuse io take!''hat her bravery be recognized.    Dan-
whai   they   believe  to be   the  serious vers  Oshorn,  of Bamfield  creek. Iut-
risk  nl   vaccinating their children.       Inished the commission with the    de-
  tails    u|.on   which   the    decision   was
reached.
CABLE   CHARGES   MAV
SHORTLY   BE   REDUCED 	
ling - and tableaux
e i   fi atun a   was   the
Ho       liu   Maidens."  in
Ottawa Oct. ii". Postmaster-General Lemieux will leave ihis afternoon
for Kngland to tike ran In an ini-
perial confi rence which has ������. n
called to discuss with representatives,
of tin cahh companies a proposition
' for   i . duo d   cable chin gi
chief con    costume, which  i ' 'ltaJ1>   3un6   '
,,,   which   the tw!     -      rmera     The  suspension
��� ���,   of thi    tableaux  oi  Sara  Adams    were  mo I
,,n,I    distinctly     unusual
,     made   Ol    I  '*
LOCAL    OPTION    TO   BE
DISCUSSED  NEXT  MONTH
A local option convention has been
called for November St5, in the Odd-
fellows' hall, Vancouver, to take steps
for thi securing ot the option in every
municipality, The object of the c��n"
ventlon Is to form a B-.itish Columbia Local Option league, "which shall
consist of the entire adult population
nen!    I a*.        bj    I-."-.'
which. In spite of i's ominous
,,   humorous   piece,   which
call,     enjoyed,        Reference
,,    ,   made  to the Grecian
Young  Corks  Loot   Bank.
(jhihU i'i ....     ..le\.,      I li ;.    .Ill       \:n-
SavaJTo .in      Martin    Matties,    both ol   thi   .  ovlnce, and   i   weld   into a-
clerks  ki Han."  Mlnt-ra, and   Manuel sniid  and   ��� rviceabli   mass  the  tem-
Molinar. all less than 21 yours of age, peranci   unions and moral reform as*
n   . ��� -;  and the mystery of soclations now   In existence."
the  i-.'b "        -���   the bank  of $185,000       Vmong   the   local   members  issuing
on ihe nighl of March i last la solved. ,i,.. call are J. Cunningham, Mrs.  \l.
One  liuutlie    ami  seventj     thousand \. Cunninghiim   secretary   W.   v.  T.
also
.;..liars lias
IH   leei'V  i ' ll.
111.1
mln   was   Inter-
" "      '' ''   'l;'v-1 unobserved
in    toto.    The|l,.,inBferred
the  iirisoner,
bj   Mr   Spain yesterday,
Guard Norfolk also corroborated th
atory.    He  allowed    Stanlej   to    go,
Itnowlng he would be taken In chargi
bj   the deputy sheriff, nor was
any struggle oi  attempt to nei
Implj
ml Mortification'
|ie;ec|i-d.'"
was a large representation of
which   wa ; us  it   should be,
Aid    of   the   Wesj   End
there I Methodist   church    sharing   th
aw ���...   ,��� ...is v. ii h ihe performers.
c,    .IK i  '
There
children,
ihe   Ladles
TIMBER   OF   STATES   IS Lcc._  Cafa changes  Hands.
fast   depleted     M,..   \n i-��� ,   of Sapperton, will take
���  si.hi of i.. '���'���* restaurant at mld-
r Kev. w. ll. Barraclough, preeident
1;. c. Christian Elndi avor union, ami
Newton !(.  Brown, 1!. T. of T.
t'.'ashintgon, Oct. 30.���The    experts n|ght tliis .vening. the transfer of ibe
of the foresi   service estimated  today  business having  been completed  yes-1
l"''1' i th,.*i In less than thirty years thi   vii   [terdaj-.    The  monetary  consideration
.. .;  ui    .. in  the nelghborhooi
The in Isoner was
nil
Big AnacortcB Plant Opens.
\,.,..-,, ries,    Oct    30,    Steam
uncd on  in  the  big    plant    of
gin limber of the  United   States  wlll
have    "i'n   d< strpyed   il   the   presenl
rate of cutting continues,   The greal
waa  forests  are  rapidly,being depleted  of
ihe  trees and  bj   the spread of sawmills
!al taugle ls "y"'\^L,,"..'.,..,,-i   RWBsia Cement company yesterday for and by the flames of forest flres.
ms '"    "' ' (he Brs1   .,,, ...    The plan!    is    worth      The experts pblni   to the tact   thai
The   company   will   ni-ui'i-  ilm consumption of lumber, based on
cl.lili
bj   Ihi
ui   when   In
^H   Irnm   ilit
rn.lie-    ;..  promised   by   lhe   Provincial   govern-mi
" wi,""Ss Hmeni   for   the conviction   of   H '^ ^^  ^^ Qf   f(���.tjm_,I,,  g   ^.  Rup|h)    appdPtlonm^ti l8-500
II. M   twelve  gi'ai
Lost   Money,   Kills  Himself.
San    Francisco,    Oct,    :i*.���H_    B.
ige, a  farmer from  Wenona, lnuxo,
teninli   I       in ide   hei I   liiday.   fatally
$3500. wounding   himself    with   a   revolver.
When  remoi id  to ;ii-    hospital    the
Bachelor Girls   Dance. wounded  man   declared   that   he   nad
Aboui ftftj couplea took pari In the   come  from   Idajho  two  weks ago    to
Bachelor CJirls' dance at  St. George's  jirocure  medical  attention    and    had
even'hg,   an   enjoyable|mel a stranger who persuaded him to
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SUCCUMBS TO ASTHMA       IN SAN FRANCISCO
Ex-Premier of Manitoba's
Long and Useful Career
in Public Life Ended Yesterday.
Excited Women Prevented
From Rushing to Certain
Death by Firemen.
i
Ottawa, Ont., Oct    10.���Hon, Thomas G-reenway, ex-premier of Manitoba,
San Francisco, Oct. 30.���Four hundred workmen weie thrown out of
work ,. a Are that total ������ stroj-ed
the factory of the American companv
and  recenUj   appointed a  member ol   today.    Three firemen were hurt and
tho board of railway commissioners,
died this morning at 7:30 o'clock, after an illnes.- of about three weeks.
Asthma, followed by pneumonia and
heart aitfection, was the cause of his
death.
Hon.   Thomas   Greenway    was   the
��� , lest son of the late Thos. Greenway,
Esq., formerly of Cornwall, England,! attacked
and latterly of Stephen county, Huron. He wus born in Cornwall, Eng-
!and, 1838. Came to Canada 1844,
where he was educated. Married
Jantiary 25, 1860, to Miss Annie Hicks.
who died in May, 1875. Married again
in 1877, Mis- Emma Essery. Settled
In Manitoba 1878. Was reeve of Stephen, Ont., for ten years. Unsuccess
ful candidate for Dominion House in
South  Huron  in   1872 and  1874.    Re-
��� irned to Commons bj .:!������������; imation
for South Huron in Fetruarj-, 1875, .;:i
unseating of sitting member.   In Man*
���   ���   was   returned     bj   acclamation
for  Mountain  In   1870,  and  re-elected
thi   police rescued several women and
children   from   adjoining    tenements,
which  were  threatened with destruction.
The blaze is believed to hai ��� started in th,- rear of the buildint,' in the
| dynamo room  from the short circuit-
I ing of wires. ,and by the :ime the nre
i men arrived the main part of the fac-
i tory  was ablaze.    While  the Bremen
the     flames    in  the   larger
structure, lines of nose were run Into
the l-uilditii; at   the  rea:   and   by  hard
work they were saved,
The panic Btricken won ��� n were
with difficulty prevented by the police
from returning to their homes and
rescuing th sir valu i   ������-
('has. Dugherty an i   lane a in
truckmen, and Gi Spfillman   h ise-
man,   were  strucl     by   flying
from-a falling wall  in ! serio        hurt,
They were remove i  to the '. ispltal
Tl ���   damage im iunt to $60 ���������'"
tne wonoemu progress of Cantd* H iii<"****������**- ��7 *-a�� i*ct that the
finest Cocoa in the world i* m*-*** there.
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
Ii the purest and the best and is fast becoming the beverage
for old and young-
THE COWAN CO., Lid.. TORONTO
Canadian Pacific .Railway Co.
"oast   _in.
Followln
and  i.
III!!:      .
each  case
which Is
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unle
ed  and    .
Tile    n;,,
s Victoria leaves Vancouver  celvi |
lailj   ex< ept  Sunday. jand C. I', i:
the    way    n
intun  Coium-.a
Service-
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
-rvice
--'��� ;\. .
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Whaling   Season  at   end.
continuously   until   1903,    On  resigns
tion of Harrison administration, Jan-      Victoria  Oct.   10   Thi   si
uarj   19,  1888, formed Liberal govern-   St.   Lawrence   followed   th    Oi on    t
ment and remained In power 15 years   Porl  yesterd
���until defeated  by the  Roblin government.   Elected to the Dominion House
in the elections of 1904.
YOUNG TURKS PLAN TO
DETHRONE SULTAN
OE TURKEY
pn sent  season ofl  the  west  coasi  of
Vancouver island has been abandoned.
The two whalers to ���',.  mon   than ,;" '
whales during  the summer.    The  ���-'
Lavi rence    i |   rated    from    Kj uquot
broke   the  worl !'.-  rec  i        She   took
31S   �� hi li -.   :.eluding I'll  hi i
66   sulphur  bottoms,  10  finbacks  and
.;.    spi i m whale.    The crew's
::r-r.   ranged from $300 to $400 for "he
- in.
FIRE  ALARM   BOXES
i' ���      0    S      la]    lispatches
from    Sm rn .      thai  the  V ��� ing
elievii that the S
..    . ��� witl   Tev :.    I'
e :gi   mi er. ha\     lecided   o
ici    . :..
son.
Sa ��� mil -i     troi -   -.-��� Ill       ������   -���;.-   - .
-   ve thi    '������ nian guai
I reactloi
S'-,scraper   tc   Cost   $3,000,000.
Vork   i' ���         -Plan   f ir   New
new mu              ,     ling
is   to  s^and   oppo   -.      u    Manhattan
���i     : Ige, have
Bled   with   the   building department.    Th             ng ls to       twenty*
��� atorii     :        ght and the
������ - ���              e 509 fei          ..- the
to bi   built of  brii k and
granite over  a    teel    skeli    n     will
:.-.-          con :���-���"   Boors   and
�������� -
I,���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon an I " ��� ..
8���Royal avenue and Eigh'j
9���-Fifth avenue an 1 1 ���*
12���St.   Mary's  Hos; I'  I
13���Second an .
14���Columbi _  an ;   Duffei In
Vj���Sapperton
23���Queen's   avei !.:__���
24���_.___ird avenue and S
25���Fifth  av*',:i.  an!   I
26���Fifth avenue an!  Rl
27���Third avenue an I T<
S2���-Agnes and  Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenz:^
36���C. P. R.   Station.
42--Small & Bucklin Mills
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Youthful Burgar Arrested.
Tacoma, 11 -Ro   Tlernej.   ll
Id, wa laj af*
' rnoon and
irglary,   It
���- ���       hal   ��� .-..    wo companions,
iroke
Mon I ���      night
luantit; co   an !:
TnADE (VlAans
Deiigns
Copyrights &c.
�� ��� ne for.Jing ii p>'..ptrl_ and deto1 ptl in m��7
? .as'ertain rmr opinion freo t* letber an
.-..-.-:.- .n is proha*.,f j ��_ientable. '.' '-.sainiso.
��� nsBtrietlrconfidential. HANDEDOK nn 1'ar-au
e.":t tr.-e, o|.|��i: fl^nr-r" for :*.   "..-ik-i c-  ...
I-'..: u tnJten thr"ui?h Muun j_ Cn rcoMive
*?<-taln,,',i?r, w!*houtcbartre, in :'_a_
Scientific flitttficait,
neiy IQuftratod w.i...y. Largest cr-
f any identltlo Joarnu. Terma for
.;.'i k year, postage prepaid.    3ok_ b/
fcCo_?8,BK,*dway- New YorR
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3-acch Offlce, c*_S V i'-. V,'-. '..
mi. d. a,
9P '^y k
House of Quality ��?
Just note what you   j���(
think your wardrobe     r '^****i
lacks in the  way of
a Suit or Overcoat.
We can   save you
time and money by
purchasing our Clothing
u
Clothiers and Haberdashers
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
Compriaiug the Northern Bai
anie-'i :: !������ i   under  authority- u
and 'he Crown Bank of Canada,
-. - ol Parliament.
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Offer- Its   lest services,  resour
Canad i  at al! points where it ]
Interest Paid Four Times a ^
Sa tanks at Every Bi
ani facllitie
oUces
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J. ��. ALLAN. Local Manager, New Westminster.  B. C.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA  ROUTE.   |
Princess Victoria  leaves  Vancouvei
Sunday at 10 p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
Princess Royal at 9 a.m. dailj   i ���*���*-
ept Tuesday.
VANCOUVER- SEATTLE ROUTE
Steamer Princess Royal leaves S
.a. m. dally except Tuesday for Seattle.
On Sundays leaves Vancouver 'J a.n.
j for Seattle via Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
N'ew Westminster every Tuesday and
��� ���; |!..;.. -,.!.. n business offers.
Leaves New  We* tmlnster un  Wed-
- - ia\    :. I  Saturday.
Mills an I i
Mai|s
���;;"" a. in.  1. .
the  previou
G. N. R. -ha
6:30  a.m
Tuesday! Vici
railway.
Sumas an :
B.  points e i ���   ,
I between New   v.   .
ingdon, B.C
[C. P. It. ...
; Mills.
*   10 :i iii     Bla
��� eluding all I
also all , oln
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the time to look after your
EYES
Eyes Tested Free
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Bter and  Blain ���,   R
Not<     '   ���
west COAST  route. ver Valley. Su .   f
SS   Tee�� ' ��� l   ;,:' ���
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th   mere, Pori l
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,   Mcomi   I despal f
Mosquito Harbor and way purt^;  7td   ���J;'--;     ' ;-;  ion
of each month for Quatsino and waj   Thursdaj     nd   �� ���
rU; 20th if each month for Ahcuset,   and Bon A        . ^
Quatsln ���, Cape Scott and way porta. ' '��� l       Th
same days a    ii
11 .en a.m.   -v ine
i Central Park, via 1
way.
12:30 p.m.���Sti iwbei     Hid.  Tin
��� ������ rland   and   .:
courlei   (Tu    I
1:30 p.m     East , lrle,
2:00 p.m.���B irq -. J
2:30   p in    i. idne ���
Westham  I Ian I an 1
excepi Sin : ���      \\ ��� I
I
VANCOUVEK--NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. -S   -loan
i.e .ives  Vancouve��-  1:30  p-ai- dally,
except. Sunday.    Leavea  Nanaimo at
DRUG
STORE
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Did ;    .    rer stop to think    ov.   fast   -..:
:   '    ���    vhal  ;. ou an 1 some otheT
RYALL'S
DETERlHINATION
to do  i cen  In thing       i   ertaii
���   . i ��� : ��� -   time  large
HiNANCIAL
SUCCESS
���       can sjn. . a   mone
everj  paj <\,iy.   A savings account   n
T ���   Royal Bank will gr rapidlj
that you will be delighted and  ever
d iy will make >*ou fee] li'       i    mo e
* tntlal citizen
Will You Try ?
THAT'S ALL  WE  WANT TO  KNOW.
Thi
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VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; ar-
1 rlvea Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves   Nanaimo  Saturday   Z  ;_.   m;
j irrives  Victoria  9  p,  in.
S s.   Qui en   Citj   lea.  -   Vancouver
r p.m   Sunda . ��� .-   Nanaimo   11
p. in.
r_IVERS   INLET,  VAN   ANDA.   LUNO
ETC.
S. S.  Ou��en City.
.'nun  Vlcl   " i       ; .in. every Wedn.s
: i     :��� u.i  Vam o ivi r  10 a.m   toll   ���
daj   fn:-  :.    vi   and  Intermi I
points     Returning to Vancouver Sunday    af"-.:." ���        .    torla     Monday
n ��� ii ning,  i la   I.   '     nil a.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
Leai ���-   Van   ��� 11      . -.      -.     16th o!
montb
UP RIVER
-. ep���
From    N*i w    '-'��� ���   tm n tei    '.,'.
Vednesda    i
F i       lay, Thursdaj
ind Saturda
For   re-'--'
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fu   UOHLKT,
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Capital and Resert r
$8,290,000
New vs
Incorporated
1869
To.a.   A.
MINSTER Br .nci:
smmizmm��*%diMm**swj&iam*m
T.  B.
$47,400,000
LYLE,   Mgr.
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A*r*.
Easterbrook   ^Milling  Company
Lournc.   IV C.
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T     SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
't Kiiih*   r>H'n��  Ever_   U��v in the  Ye*'
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE   I !���' MN  i >_���   K.ME
MU-:    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD I
bodies the newest   and btst ideas |s
i.i    COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE
ei   LUXURY      It   is   lighted   with
electricity   and   gas;   the   mosl
irilliantlj.    illuminated    train    in    thr
���"���Id.      Thr   equipment   ronsisti   c
ite lartment   ear*,   si md n
.ectir.n   slecprrt,   luxurious   dmil:
' ar, rtclmin�� chair -ars (seats free
fiiudern   day   coaches   and   buffet.   I
I brari.   arid  smoking  ear-.
For Time  Tables,   F.ilder..  or  ar.
furtbrr   information   rail   on   or   writ
F. W. PARKER.
?^o Second Avenue. Sr-_'��!i*. Wish
Imperial
Hungarian Jewe
T e.*"mina!
57.00 per brl.
$6.50   "      "
$5.50   "
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
I ���  . and   Sr
Pavou    ���   ���
ton n        espatched
Vancou\ er. i
Vani"... : !'
\. lt. nori .
1:00���Van
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Is d
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Blal Sean       .   .
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Meadows, Pori H
\v- isti r's
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for Port Mo -
ith via Van
Mails   Rece
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. . , ling all  r. S. poinl       i G. X.I
: "Owl.
9 00 -ii 10:00 ..
Tlmberland   and  S
:.:  i ourier i Tuesd -
8:20 a tu     \ am ���  ���      i I  ���
via  11.  ('.   !.,-���
9     > a.m.    V ini '
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da>-.  Thurs la     ind Sal
ward, via st< ami    I
ton despatched ���>:��� I
couver.)
10:30 to il 00 a m
ipperton, Fra-��� '  Mi
lam,
1 .'HI   p :;:       \
and Fraser A .
!   30 :  ���
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.:   10 p m     Blaii
eluding all lT. S  po
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via  'I. N. R.    (Sei
113..  on  ���' hi   .
I and i
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6:20    Vani o i
n. C, Electric i
9:30 p.m
i-iu ling all r. ���
tt a Hunting Ion an l
ster. via C,  P   R
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McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. NewWestminster. Telephone 333
Hamilton, Toronto, "The Milwaukee
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Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,   JFTcS
.    . * '       Kansas City
Paul to
"The   Pione-er   Limited
Chicago,
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South
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to Chicago
And all the principal business centers o_      v"" "trains 'in  the  service
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARL   r��iiroad in the world l        l%J.
TIME PROVINCES. equipment that of the ChieM '^
....Ca A St.  Paul  .���������'"1*-*A,..n,n*
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railroad
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AIho to BUFFALO,  NEW YORK and   waukee   A
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J ADVERTISE  IN  THE
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls,  own and operate ����'   ,f trajfli M
For Tim.' Tables, etc.. adSresi and ,,'"in,r ":T* ��"     n  c%rtW^ ��'
GEO. W. VAOX. ��j.M  :S��ble ���-
MF \X/S i Assistant (len'l PaHeOfftr and Ticket .4. &. ROV.'F- '
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. btainable r'^^V- 5ATUPD*Y   L
ncT   31   1908.
THE DAILY SHYS.
THREE
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Hotel Butler Annex
���,   ,\\-i nue   and     m  .
SEATTLE
'Jonn burns angers
MiLISH LABOH MIN
to  announce that UN O.NABL1
the futuri
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Room $1   per  day  up.
m and   board   $2.50   per  day  up
.,, with   bath   $2.50 per   day   up
Room with bath and board $4 per d;
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,    trial;   we a ...   .
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rooms, wiiii  ho
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grass    seeds
Buy
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Bee      Supplies,
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Catalogue Free.
M.J. HENRY
Greenhouses   and   Seedhouses.
.   stminster   Road.
. -NCOUVER.
ery S   ith Van-
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BUSINESS
Every    oi ;    ,..vd    with
us    means    a   satisfied   customer,
OURPRK SATISFIES
IO PRICES ARE RIGK1
f any di
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on application.
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Jachson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
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Choice Meats at
J* o f    i       ...
X >> hi ���.  ������'.,   da.
.-.-   ������-    lusinese ��� .    lum
ales of mea    ind
I b factorj.  of   ieef,    th-   supplj
goo '.. v i e-iK dem
the Impi ts ol   Uberta be. f ar-
,i.:. -...i.   dressed,   .ml
���   ������ ;
L-ilUfll      M-3l     MflrK-a offering of mutton and 1 mm. ��:
Corner  Klghtn St.  ano    Fifth  Avenue
PHONE  370
BOWELL  &  ODDY.  Proprietor*
fair, and all    o! I     The dem
small supplj ol pork was goo    v. hii
veal v, aa not so plentiful, and i he d��
TENDERS
,, i    ���       d
irsed
\ ���   non    .���'���    '' .
���   I i -    offii
,\   .������������.     _"
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Applications Wanted
A;.,.iii ations will bi   receiv. I  li*,  ihe
I  to I p in   uf Ml INDAY,
the 2nd  N'o - ��� .;.  .   .   '.'."���-.   foi
��� on     of   Asset  menl Biom r
for  the  City  ol     S*< -���.   w ��� stnii
at the rate of $12.1 |ier mi
\\.   A  .DrXCA.N,
Clt>   ('!���
i"ii >   Hull.  N'ew  Westm       i
Oct, 29. 1908.
Tenders Wanted
i
\. nion.!^^^^^^^^^^^^^   ^^^^^
ng  an   notlfle .    I
... considered unless     Sealed tendera twholi and separate)
Mdi  ��� irlnted   form     ���,     ���      marked    'renders for Bridge" will be
actual    slgnu   | received  iy  the undersigned  up to  1
��� i in   of  Xovember  Tth, 1908,  for the
tach it-mli    mu       ������   ai i umpanle    following:
.    chequi  on a chartered      |     xo  supply    ihe    material    und
..   to  the order ol  i,���j;,|  the substructure ot    a    bridge
���  the Minister of Public across the North Arm of the Fraser
d io ten per cent, ii" P*?*" -river at the site of the presenl  Lulu
amounl  of   the tender ; i..],,mi bridge in this city.
.    orfelted  If the person      ���>_   po put In place and complete the
in  to enter Into a con*   superstructure   of   siiid   bridge,   the
ed upon  to do so, o    materials tor which will be provided
lete ih" work con    ;,v the corporation,
'��� ������  ���      If the tender bo nol ac       |.;.,u   and specifications can be Been
will be returned.     |at the office of the City Clerk,
nl does no   bind It ell      a  marked cheque lor Fifteen Hun-
.-.  i or an j tender      ,|,.,,(|   Dollars  musi   accompanj    each
tender
v \l'   TKSSIER The lowesl or anj tender not neces
Sec eta ���       garlly accepted.
, ,   works   Ottawa.! W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
,      City Hall,  New Westminsti r   Oct 18,
'���"" .
���    a'-Mi'-nt
_jmand remained good.
Eggs we:-.- noi   .. ,.;. iri; r   ,.,.  .   ,
[   si ���. ii ntl    thi     ��� mund wa     ��� i ���    _ell-
i Ing retail a    >0    cents   a    do/., n     \
large fow ide  thi   ca
������.      ��� n    vith      iw i h'
chickens    and    hi i
read      al       Ilemand   ��
also vi Kid foi  ducks,   iouIi ;
ln{   'i    romineni   leal mv o    i li.   in
ket.
The   ..u.iiim   . . . -     .-.ne ii     ii
fair an I  demand   i einuined  onlj    on
���.in; i"   No   i  stocli    Salt - ton
.    ii... -. i he consignmi ni
��� xci -in.   : equlremeuts of the  public
Fri sh  \ egi i ubles  i eached    he ma
in  quantitii s,   and   w eiv   gold   at   -���   id
prices,
The i 'ng sales ��ere low. li bi Ing .
had   lime   "I   } ear   for   the   aiie' I ue er
T.  .1.  Trapp  sob!  a  horse :u   $100,  twi
Calves  :n   $2*1   and a  COW  at   . I"
Official  Quotations.
Beef, hlndquarti rs, per lb., Te to 8c
torequarters,   le   to  Be;   mutton,   lie;
lanih,  12c;  pork,  s,j.-  to    9c;     veal,
medium,   lie,   large,  8c   to  9c;   eggs,
wholesale,  per  dozen, t.'.e. retail,  pei
dozen, 50c;   ml ter, per n>., 36c to 10c;
fowl, per dozen, $7.00 to $8.00;  chickens,  jr. mi  io  $6.00;   broilers,  $4.00  to
)     duel ���    $9. o  $10.00;   apples.
^^^^^^^^p pointoes, _
i.ui.   .
tin ill|ii
. ||i mi      "���;       a:-h,    $1.2..
.",���;   cnrrol -..   i ���
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etc., Crescent block,
ami     McKenzli
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A���. BARRISTER,   80
12   Lorne  Btreel
'   House    New   West'.ell
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EDMONDS,  Hani-.
Blackie Blk ,
N�� w    U'estmlnstor.
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rs, etc,   ' ifllci     Ne >
Blfl !..    corn :
net Jitt """''���flDI t
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN I CO
,PERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
\nV    i Too  Pi   '"  Bi
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N, v     ; *      Hip   Hip  Hooray.
Will, i i-i I    Mack.
,    The New Dominion.
i  ... ....   Broa Iway.
|:,,    _    The  l-ion aud thi   M"i: '
., ,. lohi       Jones.
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i���...   21     50   Mile    From   Bo ton
i��� (    24     Babes   in To; land.
p..,.   25.   Sandy   Bottom.
i���,    29    The   Hie.i   Divide.
,,,.,,   30    piorenco  Roberts,
.i in   -,. He,-  Firm   False  Sti
l;,���    C, Shore  Acres.
15    Theodore Lorch.
ian   28     Devils   Auction,
i .a   29.    San   Antonio.
Peb. 13,    lune   Eyre.
A  Hardman.    A. Jamf*
j. McClughan.
\:.ril
A   Stubborn   t''1"'
irella.
19     I'nc!
:.     Mar'-vlii"
Toms Cabin,
Mary.
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KT1N, barrister
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PLUIVim^G
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Front Street    Trust Blocl
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If   "Vi   WANT   HELP.
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The prooi of the pudding is in the eating of it. and to judgi   from the waj  thi     ������       I ��� - In oui
South   v\ ���     su     -. ...,���   elm    o    led up. the Investing public recognise s      i  ��� good thing
���   en  thej
Mj   ... each!    said on ....     ��� ight about two week*  ago,  and onlj   exi
,   ���,-    imi   yesterdaj     and I would noi taki   dou   e whi    I    aid  foi   it     You do noi  say
splend I     iiidivision.    It is by far (he besl thing advertised in any of the pa-
���| .in
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inn and will commeuci   building righi awaj   Icon Idei
,  ,   as anj  aloni     the    Vancouwr-Westmdnater
Thest are on     iwo ol  the  manj   conipllmenturj   references   to oui     ���    u dl>   lion   and go    to
Khov.   thai  .": enn e bused on and wl I lieai  invi itlgatloi oi    Instance      when   wi
Chi liwii iii ; am runs thro igli ami liu I      ��� I    tation  In   the ������'���'>;>-'* oi  tb��
:l!,i���   iy, it w       ���   found exact Ij  ii    ������-���        resen      Wi   make thtB point to offset tf possible th<    ed
,    ,    stuteiueni    .    ���    ���'��� d in an effort to   - II "    aln othei lands      thai     ilu      tv w    nam   llm
,,     .     ., ,,   when,  us   a mutter of fact, an llscnrded trail lln,  ���   thi  onlj  thing in evld��nc<   ani
.���.   ;,,,,.,,i    ,,.:,    ft-heie actual  construction       rapldlj   advancing, Is miles aw."     This Bon  ol
does no good and biiugs ills rtdil  on  the perpelmtor of  lhe canard.
All the other excellent and  variously  named orchards,   jardens and    ppli   jrovi       an
their way and place, bin nre noi In the same class with ours    This i- con led bj all.
all i i in  in
Our principals hav.  con rol of all Hie good laud al the South w. ttmlnBtei   end  ol     I 'hill *ack
nan, line, and li  is lure tlui  the wla ies are now  Investing, recognizing thai oui   cholci ���      '
villa Biles iiosaess soil admlrnblj suited to frull culture, and can h,.  purchaBed  foi     V���  pe
same price asked foi  r.*acre i.locks situated from  10 to  20 miles dl-tani from town
I
(mi   subdivision hits
bused  of  ovei   H0O acr<
mlj  been on lhe markei  u i'��   weeks, bui durln*, thai
Tliis fuel    --'a',    foi  Itself,
li   fruit   farms are worth $100 pei   in n   13  mlh     from  town   -���
awny,   when    you   haw   all the convi n   m      of i It;      ���      Thl
a,, ,i out,   nni  ih     ��� *ul    i    verj  much lti our favor,
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an hour to drive over.
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LIMITED
T. R. Pearson, Manager
New  Westminster,  B. C.
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THE DAILY NEWS    )
fuiilisueu uy the Daily .News Pun-
Usliiug Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and From
streets, New Westminster,  B. C.
SOCIALIST   CANDIDATES
NOT TO BE ON  TICKET
Olympla, Oct. 30.���The supreme
court has denied an application for a
writ of mandate requiring 'he secretary of  state   to  certify  to  the noru-
Shortly afterward'���the vessel fi.Ttht"
listed and finally koele-d over and sanfi
and nou. lies partly submerged. Tbi
Iroquola was on ber regular run fron
Gab   ��� in I to this port when In  ���
lens    fog - -   piled up on the ro
ledge  i'   ' ���c,*'s Point,
'���-..
GET   YOCR
Christmas Curtains
INK  UP   AT   T
Royal City Laundry
R3ya:  Avenue and   Blackie   Street
E. A. Paige Managing Director  (nation of the presidential electors of
 ��������� |the Soc'alist   Labor Party. !hAS ROLL Or   $10,000
The :>-u!..,--.- of the partj  submitted ^^  _, . __
.  ,                                                                   TO   PLACE   ON   7 AFT
i  completi     tate ticket   prior  to  the j 	
tlmi  'h" supreme < oui    dei   I   I
<gNlp_
SATURDAY, OCT. 31.  1908.
DAWN  OF A  NEW  DAY.
Tbe prophesy of the leading Conservative organ in tbe Province, the
News-Advertiser, the day prior to
.lection will have its fulfilment in a
larger and broader sense than was
intended in its subject matter under
that caption.
All that element which was the
bane of the Conservative party, with
th- exception of -Mr. Foster, has been
bumped into the outer darkness of
political    oblivion,    and    Mr. Borden
hat |
the fee provision of the prlmarj   law
is constitutional.    N'o fees  were sent  '
with the tilings as they were returned
by the secretary of Btati     Aft t the
decision was rendered the parties de-
layed sending in the lis' ..." president.
ial electors for which no fees were
required until it was too late to get
them on the ticket. The - icretary of
state refused to file the belated nominations and the party appealed to
the supreme court.
NEW  C.  P.   R.  TIMETABLE
TAKES   EFFECT   TOMORROW
should breathe easier  because his party
ha.s been relieved of the rubbish, and!    Tomo *ow  morning the nc
the Government should    e In a better' ule of the C. P. R. for the win er -��� r-
vlce comes into force,  from  which  I
will bi   seen thai om   new tra -. eacb
way   fi im  Westminster to  thi   ,! mc-
tion I: ts been adde     lue to the a   er
ed time for the ���;.' li - par-
The time    ���       le-
Eas
position, once its p ogram for the
session, is prepared, to carry it
through with" i: the unseemlj and
unproductive obstrui tl m of last session being n peati I, The Opi>osition,
:-��� ng In a measure urged of its tilth '
may take up the dutii i which H irtures:
Majesty*-: Ioj-al Opposition ha_i a place      ���Vl- -��� V;J"   s-;t:|e
. Parliament, to aid in placing upon      '
the statute   ..."  good sound beneficial      N'o. 97, 11:20, Van    iver,  ..
legislation as well as check the hand-      ���v*1. ;'"- '":-". East oun     ,
ling oi the countrj ��� fin in es    y   the      17; '���*. ���"���  v-:"    ������  :  's" "'
Ministry. rice 19:35.
The Premier having a good working      N"   :   --'"   for Vancouver.
-��� ajority will prevent any political un-      Arrivals
ilntj and turn,'.::, or demands be-      x".  -   W***". frora Vancouve
Ing made upon the    treasury    which  9*20.
i [ght    be    considered    unn isoaable
The fact that the   :���       --���:.  ... G eat   !"::'''-
tain   is more widespread  than    iti    ���Vl   ;"'   :'
was a year  ago   and  the aggravated   lv
-������ latlon of the trade conditions up-
��� ���.   *he  continent,   together   with  the
ried :������������'������:.   trom '.'.ie panic con-
dltlons of th"  United  States, are    all; Iroquois in Bad Condition.
strong   easons whj N'anaimo, Oct.  30.���Latest    reports
12 ;
vice i
from  the  East, vice
from Vanco ;-��� er, vice
18  15, *':* ���:.   Se ittlej   ri      20:10.
X '.   I   2   "". from the  E ��� -'
hind the Govi rnmenl   should    ���   *
-.. that   we  maj   - * thi   Indirect
<:.-���:,:.    - i possible   set-
n tl       mnti    - with which
���,     : large int      I ������- - of tra le.
To th
the scene of the stranding of the
Sldney-Xanaimo ferry  steamboat   fro*
say that the vessel is
in a mu ii more serious condition thai
-   -���     inn unced       Early    vesl     la
i   .   30.���Charles   "
an  Ida        inchman,    arrl.
her.   todaj with $10,000 in greepl.a.
to bet that Tafi will be elected P i
dent next Tuesday.    Smith waved hlin.ui--;.   before a  big crowd of  Dem
crats and offer-. 1  to be:  any amounl
up tu $10,000-    The best he could do
. i- to accept   i    ���������  of $200 at odds
of two to one.
He then offered 'lie whole "roll" al
*o one, hu: found no takers.
Get the Habit
OUR
WRITING
TABLETS
\;   -   ���  long   li la     ha
��� ve;..   ���    han I,   and  we  a re
aied  to   suppl        .     cusi imei -
Th -������ are the fin ���-   line of  ������
; -    iads in th and  it  w ill
you  to  look   at   them���th
., talitj   is   ��� Ight,   and   the  pi Ici
���   low.    See them   ind be con-
need.
SOAP
.- our Special tor today.    Dr. Bn.-
.*'.-  Toilet   .Snap, ."c  per ca ���
���'.  for 25c.    Supply limited.
The Fair  !
i
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
Do It Now, Ladies!
Gei  th.'   ���.   ������    of
-.'������    ,\        ���
. -. ��� iday.
Don';    ,'in    i:    t
'���'���'.     : i ���
i 'hristmas���you won't
��� ���  tim,
H. Morey & Co.
have a very good cholci if
boxes in assorted de^gni-..
Boxes are the mo?: popular
things [or burning, ' ��� msi
they are the most useful.
See Our Window-
Display
Prices away down
at '
Morey's
217-219 Columbia  Street
"reid & CO.
Everwear Hosiery sold i
of six pair for
$2.75
Six pair Fine Mercerized, $4,00
boxes
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FIRE ALARM   i_''X__S.
tn
��� that is the hosiery with the guarantee about which you have reai
so much. EVERWEAR does away with darning {or twenty-mr
whole weeks - if holes, rips or tears come in a pair of EVERWEAR
HOSIERY within six months, all you have to do i? to send tki
back and get a new pair absolutely free.
EVERWEAR HOSIERY his a rich, wft, ,,        ^ iai
the colors are fast. Men s socks are made in li^'ht and
medium weight in hlack. hlack with white feet. blue,
steel gray, light and dark tan.
WAmen s ho_-e are made in black, black with white
feet, light tan.
Sold in boxes of six pair, one sue to a box,
fff- Sill i*
Reid & Co.
^is Book
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6���Asylum.
6���Royal Citj Mtlla.
7���Carnarvon aud Tenth
8���-Rojal avenue and Kigbth.
&���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.   Mary's HospU-U,
13���Second an J Pu;'.. K  X
14���Columbia  and   Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Queen's  avenue aril   Sixth.
24���-__..rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth   av**��ue  and   Fourth.
28���Fifth avenue and  Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
"2-^A.gne? ani Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
33���Columbia and McKenzie.
36--C. P. R   Station.
42���Small ft R-jcklin Mills.
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JEWELRY
Havi   opening -ip   Christmas Goods dally.   Our
mosl  complete ever shown in v.,.- city.    Call and exai       . .- ��������� ���
'..' Gold Jewelry. Fountain Pens, Umbrellas.   Jewel   Cases,   Cut G ass.
Sterling   Silver   Goods.   Leather Hand   Bags,   Watches,   R ngs,  China
etc.,  etc.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
The   Jeweler
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Every man and woman that
is obliged to be out when the
walking is bad should be provided with a pair of thes j Shoes.
you b .    Sh
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They are always a perfect tit and
comfort there are none better.
In all sizes from 18 to 34.
We also have all sizes in the Hygiene Waist
for Girls and Waists for the wee tots too.
A. J. BIRTCH, 275 Columbia Streel
THE WHITE HOUSE
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:..   Government   will   ta Indlj
this   constitueni     fo       ain   appl** Ing
the    llbter,
HOWELL  IS F-.r.to
FOR   WINNIPEG   ASSAULT
i nl, ��� s.    M I "���*        ���.    After
Ing ��� ��� leni e for over tv, > hours
toda Magl tate McMlcki n .1 in ��� 1
E,  I.   Howi ..     ...      20 and co3i
hii ty days In   a 11,   : ��� ...  clud-
:     ,  after I o'cloc      '.      mag
- ������ ; 11 >;���������..��� 1  blnditi    Ho* r,
i the '��� itter Baying th*ai the In*
1 ��� sni was cb s ��� i ao tai ;���- he -*as
conci ;r,. d. Attorney -G n 'ral Camp    .
...1   I    -- .'   '    u ���;        nol    : ".���   ISan ���     The
ti i, ,1  w ' -   1 ��� ' 1  .������!  t;   p' rson ���
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GEO. A. SLATER'S "DUK-BAK."
'������ ���       . Sho .      .., ide with vl
'���    '��� mteed to ki ep the I
ab   iluti ly di;
GEO. A, SLATER'Se'DRY-SOX."
11   calf leather lined Blucher cut Boo     ...  .
upper leather  of Glant-C J     oui  mo ���   re
liable Boots
THE "DOCTOR  SPECIAL."
A   Bluch r cu  ' ��������� calf B ot, with viscolized
waterproof   oles   a boot we highly recom-
'"   ���        omfo '  In  ��� ���������:;������ detail.
or Ladies
CEO. A.  SI ATER'3 "INVICTUS"
na le of .firm   Vici kid,  upj ei    '. n< d
the:-;  the ko       ire heaA    \. . :olized
I and thoroughly   -��� ������ rpro
THE   EMPRESS
1   Calf Boots-
-   fall  we:
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lookh
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men
THE   "CROSS"   SHOE.
;; '���   of Velour Calf,    with
iking an  idea!  bool
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Plant in the SFaiS
1 ���;:��� PALL CAT VLOOUE I 1   It.   I   I
rov.   Pr ih  Tr.e , of all I ....   Sm ill F
or        .'���;���;       :,,.,'
CATAL    GUE  FREE.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
Burnaby   Lake,  B.  C.
Ad Irei    Bui n tbj   Lake P. O. Phone
143
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for  the   wel
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Sign of lite Bij Electric Boot.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE
New Westminster, B. C.
Ir*  B. C.
I
BEST   QUALITY
"BAWF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Box   345 '���*>""*���  **
OFFICE; FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, -  * IB* ���"EsrfflBlE ;atU
RDAY. OCT. 31
1908.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
0*O*��*Z^Z. ~ ���-���*��� '.^r^ra-r-^*-:^-. ,-.,*������*, *   _,    ..  .... ^^--^
ftetejiSW I. H. SMITH The Cash stores
I This
j Advertisement
1 Offers Real
j; Money Savin;
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| to Every
Customer
Now tl      the  Election flurrj   an I      cltemem    It  ovi r and
||   Is   restored   in   our  ��� Itj    the   following  Item -
ol your mo. ��� i ,.. ���' i      ..; [deration:
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K'' cover  off a i.ox  of  "B.jBotl
i!C*" ';   '      tnd trj one.   It will makej in th
i   I
:   Rand ������������'���rday for Kani-
ina  cigars of   exclusive
::" ������     Brlllante,"   made   by   the
B. C. Ciga    ; ictory. **
The  Ladles'  Aid society    of  Knox'
C"L���''���' ' ���������������nil. will give H tlunks-
givlng supper and concert in the
church parlor on Friday evening. November 'i.
The besi place to g*-t fall bulbs iand
first-class cul flowers is Davie;-'
greenhouse,   Tel.  B208, **
A**    '��� is  expected,   S,   A.   Fletcher,
������   '  nmi ni    i -lessor,    has   been  ap-
olnted  to act  temporarily as govern-
��� f nu ni agent,   ������ ndlng e permanent ap-
!
Gigantic   Price  Cut  in  Women's
High-Grade Tailored Skirts
���-M2 to $14 values, $7.75
ick, navy, brown, plain fane    Panama an i
.,; .i Voltes;  vaiied designs;   ribbon   trimmed    and
everj   detail.   Thi ��   wen     hipped bj   express from
.!-,��� Smith, whd   pun :.,, ii ,        oi   ;,���   an   enoi mou i
m     Reg   $12  and $11   values tor $7.75
$3.75 to $4.50 Sample  Underskirts
for $2.00
ihionable shades of  N't >���������  Sili;   Moire,  full pleated,
finished,    Reg   i I 7!   in I $1  .alui - for        $2.00
Seasonable Snaps  in   Staple   Dept.
Oni    thousand   yards of boaiitlful  White Flannelette ai   10c
ulaj  15c values; firm Canadian make; pure, nnadul-
Golng  for     10c  yard
Bis Bargains in Wrapperettes���- iOc
Wrapperette for 20c yd.
10 differ en 1   I  -. ������.                  md boral effects,    1
klmi na -. etc .  goln ���  20c  yard
A Great Glove Value at  $1.00
rvai.    that i la       irau   ���������-!  Kid Glovi     for
I lo     We  an     ��� ��� n      far -  I
��� ��� ��� ��� I. ���������'������.
��� :   affoi Is amp] :, I sizes. Gei
li Kid GIoa      of
icks and ��� ng    thro 2
col ��� id na
$1X0 pair
Ne**. Neck Ruchings in Greater  Variety   Than  Ever
hipment of thi
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���   ��� .     shown
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pointment,
All de tiers handle B. C." and "Old
Spoi 1 .1 - The old reliable
brands. **
The ��� ... 1 outs of P. I). Winter,
of Winnipeg, vho has w orked at the
Fraser Ithe;- Mills, has been asked
for by his brother, J. Seager Winter.
Nothing bias been heard of him fori
some time,
Cul flowers and bulbs of nil kinds.
Tidy. **\
An application ior a svatei record
of 200 inches liar- heen tm de by W.
It. A:ms.m. of St. Vincent Bay, from
Canyon Creek, Jervls Inlet, for mining purposes to be us. d u|��m 1 - tdar
claim,  and   som,   placer claims.
1
For sale���Seven roomed house,
'hath room, pantries, closets, woodshed , hoi -.- -: ill, cai. lage house;
fruit trees; on full lot. For further
particulars applj 11 owner. 192 Kightn
street. ���*"���
.1. r. Blair 1. il! saortly open .1 cigaT
and tobaci 0 si ��� on Colum' 11 street,
.'(cupylng the , i'i mlses latelj rented
by  Peter  Pee .      adjoining 'Lavei
.  ���   y  es! i'.'.I ihnu il     A  full  line of
\ cigars   an is will  1     carrii I
At
cli
Horace
B. 1    s;. mm            ������ r,     ms
; pure! .. .   and tot
iwn                         . S. city   (419
:    "' *'*������'���   B             ������ a  wife and  foui
di .i'  ���" .'������ - ��� iigln. ei ;   iy I hi    ���            -.-,      .,   ., ^.
1 state fli 1        Abbott & Hydi. Colum
1    ��� ��� ��� ���
ried, one being resident
Both his sons lost their
lives a different dates by drowning
In the river, The funeral tak
place on   Monday  afternoon     to
od i ��� cemetery.
1 For first class cut flowers pi plants
or bouquets, telephone Davis & Son,
florists.   Tel. B 20S, ����
A mating of the Westminster Cooperative sodety trustees wii! ��������� held
at Hah Bn _' real estate office on
Mun'.i evening, when a numbei* of
naatti. lining to the interests of
the societj will be broughl up for
dlsi     >l u.
Columbian college  play  thi   H
nians ai Moody square this
in  the Iroquois cup.    The  Hibernian
lean; will  I"-:    Coa!. Shannon;   backs,
Ta Griffin;     half   backs,   Pullin,
Ke Mathews;    forwards, Si
Sr: Inn s, Flay, Gemmell, Whit. ; reset i es, 1;; egsi n, 1 libson   .1   Gi
A   man '->.   nan.,.         :."       QOV111,
empl ..��� i    bj     the    B.   C,  Tele] ,
c.eii. 1 -Tii.jjii-  wires al   Poi I
ne.-.   ��� .....         .terday, b
lng H     ...         mghl
citj 1 to Si    dai    -  bos
whaj. rogTi             atisfa
torllj
It        lisible   ihat   al   Monday's  ^;
ting \.ssi_.e court  an applica
tion .    :., ie   to Chief Justii ���
Hunt. th ��� gard to the Jenkins
ni':;'. isi probably for a re-trial.
The as   corpus   writ   re   Hatrick
Groghan will probablj be considered
on t. ��� i-...ii. A divorce action
will . omplete the list,
Th ������;������ ning of    the    Free
Meth ��� chapel on Eighth street.
betwe ���    i ���;.:-,!   an I   Fourth   avenues,
will lai etomon ow.when the firs:
sern .   . e   preai hed   at   eleven
o'cloi ���; the morning by Hev. c.  E.
Mi 1: distrii      ' Ie   of the Pu-
.- 1   .- [distrlcl
A accidi      occurred yester-
daj to John   I.    McGn goi
��li" '.-.:.       t  Cliff &   Sons'
cannii ihv,    .Mis'
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----- It is expeel
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amputated
Id  .     of PiInie
children,    thel
PAOE FIVE.
    	
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j Big Specials in      j
\     Rocking Chairs!
Regular $1.25 for     90c
Regular $2.25 for $1.90
Regular $500 for $4.50
I LEE'S
j Mammoth  Furniture  Emporium
f     LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
��� Opposite  Lorne Street.      Phone 73.
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Clearing   iut  crocki rj wan
Kyle's, From ^^^^^^^^
The sixteenth anniversary of the
Institution of Beulah Rebekah lodge,
N'O,   5,   I   O. O.   F.,   will   be  celebrated
y a reunion of all members on Tues-
; I day evening, N'ov.  10, in  the Oddfel-
hall.   ulien  all  memliers  are  I
*a�� '���0*0K)*CXD*_*o*O*O*O*O   3*>6*K+0*>O*K)*)O0*yO*K)*Q*K>*\*Q*K) Quested to be present.    A special ef-
Ifort wlll be made to increase the mem-
lodge at this meeting.
T. H. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
.��._������     ...     .��.     .#. -���-     -������     -������     ���������     -������
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Our Stock Patterns in Dinnerware!
pattern In while and tvlth tour maple leavi
��� ������;;.  cheap,   Vni ,   ���.    i   .ms quantity you wan
per doz, $1.50
doz      .$1.50
.       $1.00    ^^^^
an;.   ,u 1 j, !,- in  OUT   �� IndOt*
liership ol  th   ^^^^^^^^^^^^
The death   is announced of Josepn
Marshall,   a   watchman  at   the   Royal
I citj   Mills    ��� ige of 68,    He wa
bom |n the 1 ountj nf Ess. x. England,
an l is sui'vlvi wo    laughters
\- a  ���-     It of n newi | 1 ffoi    it  Is
tsa.ni     to   record    an    ncrease  of
at cost   1 Ip of 45 to the Junior Rojal
������Templars during ths past two weeks.
Tiie large Oddfellow's hall Ib now used
I ;��� ti:.- mi ��� tings, the parlor.- being
much too -mall to accommodate the
larg ��� number attending, with a roll-
call of lu5 children in good .landing.
.1.  C   1'ornish.  of old   time  fame as  a
drill master tn the city, ins kindlj
consented to drill a class of boj'B, who
ti*e Royal Templar^ in military and
ther exert Ises at 7 o'clock everj
IV  Inesdaj evening, In the Armouries,
r ���*�����   ..:  ���: "-*--.;'-^...":^.-.":-.".^. '.*.���';+.���':+.?' ...   .���.. ���     ���^'^���^^^'���^.-^.���rj-.^'^^.r-.^.i'.-.^.r-.^y?^.*.?;.';.^.?:.'..
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Gordon's Dry Goods House!
*       '  ���
Special Sale
of Ladies' Coats
Friday and
Saturday
Ladies' Covert Cloth Coat?, newest styles I
��� regular price $22.50. special price |
at...  $15.00 I
Ladies' Cloth Coats in black, navy and ^
\ brown -regular price $25.00. special f
j price  $1 7.50   |
*                   Ladies' Tweed Coats���regular price $15,   f
special price   $9.75  |
I      THE FASHION CENTRE     :
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Prompt Delivery
:
'.\.. spec! ilize thia art o ou
business an I can guai am ������ ���,
Is taction te our customers,
Canned   Goods
We have just    recel. ed    ���
other carload    of the    famous
Tartan Brand Qanned    Goods
Fruit and Vegetsabli -     Be ��ur ���
to try these goods before buying
others.
Public Supply Stores GEOprAoDAWS
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Covi ��� ; v ��� Dishes, each . 90c !
Maker- each 25c, 35c and 40c j
Plattei'f
���Jl 50c, 75c and $1-25
5 c
Adams & Deans
GROCERS        Prompt delivery
Ph
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Hot Water
Bottles
Fountain Syringes
Combinations of both.
Attachments   Separate.
1 1   potatoes,   7a  cent,   per  sai
' ���'���-. Fronl  street.
N'o answei  having been rec ived I
D ii!.   New a'  bowling ti nn i
��� ;'   '   to  competi   again i   anj   ti am
'���" thl ��� cit;.  a  proposition Is  b
ihat   any  two  men,  assoi
iy i .������������ bu liness, tradi  or i ailing,
city,  bow. a  . erle   of ganu i
'  two   Dailj   N'ews   men   tor   i
stake of $lu a side.   In the meantim
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Cclunibia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B.   C.        Phone   92.
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Dally  Ni wa lay - i '.aim to hat In -  o
���*��� employ  the champion  bowlers *
' ll \  of New Wi stmlnster,
Us team win bo Btyli  Itself until
time  i- any othei   business firm
i   ' luo    'r     meu   capable of ki
ing 'I ��wn in";,- pina In a given num-
i ber of games.
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Insured?
FREE SAMPLES
ur _ ore.    . 'or the ii''\'  few daj >
wo are    ' ;       .,. a;   tree samples of
Old  Dutch  Cli an er   "ORAPB  NUT,"
Coi ia    Call and help yoursell
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congregation eu-
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C A. Welsh
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Thr   People's
Grocar
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I       St.       I    |:|i|l|l(	
1 !���  I'm- 11.00.
Thn e |Mjunds Walnut*  for BOc
v
v t'erj j.;. asani time was Bpenl Lis;  ���
evening at  St.  \';iuV?: Reformed  Epls
COJ-ll    r:.u,-| ll    BChOO
yo-.tm: ii.'ie.ie of t'a,
to lie    fault.i.    Two   tertaln.'d a large and happj gathering,
H ii-;   four .quart, In whit ���   Among tae Items were duets in  Effle
liar.* and  Dean Maxwell, ami  Rfl an 1
and  Roy  (iilhy.    Annie Tldj   recited
Por th- dull,  long winter evenings  with much success, and was deservi i
glasses,    \\'e can give >>' encored,    .\liss Llddilpw contrl ut-
Dlrect trom :li" factory.    Rubber to
 i um.-' be fresh.    We guaran-
,,,. ,i,,. ,    ;oo Is and will gladly    re
place an.''
quart, ��� ���
���uul red,
roil ma;   nei
vou bettei  service In  this Hue
ithers.
i
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ADVERT15E  IN   THE   NEWS
CURTIS'
DRUG    STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
ed a solo,  which was encored,    and
Bert Gilley also assisted with a vocal
[solo. Misses Lola Burkltt and A (ill
i"... and w. ,i. Barf were anion,.; the
(.ther contributors, The raiding of
Miss Thompson from "The Habitant,"
.vis .me of the nio.it attractive features.     The    boyi   present   provided
; plentj oi fun, and all wen- satisfied
with the evening's enjoyment, In ad
dltiou to the formal program, the time
waa Ipeat socially.   Miag veri oillej
presided.
And is your house furniture,  clothing, etc,  insured 1    if nol
cannoi afltora to take the chance of losing it in a few mln
bj fire when yon can insure it  in  a  reliable Canadian  companj
foi $1000 at a cost of less than a cent a day.
Vnyone will admit that It Is worth more than that to be ���'
eii'  the worry of finding your home In  Bshes  some day    with    no
compensation for your los j
i.et me quote you a rate on either a new policj or an old one as
I can save you money on your premium.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker ��
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.     ���
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THE  DAILY  XEWS.
SA*''U!-,DAY.
OCT
RECOUNT FAVORS
HON. MR. TEMPLEMAN
���  -?.-_8i-*H-*-**^
1 C H U R C H 1
| SERVICES I
MADE IN CANADA
Political Situation in Victoria
Remains in Doubt--- McBride Machine at Work.
! ���������
y  .1
���.!,.;       IX
(Changes for tliis column must be!
it, oi elephoned to, this office by
9 p.m- mi i'ii.lays. The omission of
any church notice from this coluniu
Indicates thai no copy lias been turned
��� ii i; ; be .-. - tor or other resj onsil k-
party.)
Sunday.   November   i.
SAY!
BAKING
wper
Ql'i ::���:.'���* I w i-i.Nii-. m.-.thouist���
��� ::;!   Rev. \V.     . Barraclough, L.A.. pastor.
ote__  have already  RegUia,   . rvices at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.
���   further  adjudlca-  Sunday      bool and  Bible classes    al
i on 1  ���   ������ may have 2:30 p. i      Morning-  "Choice and Ad-
���   ��� -.-���    ol   .   ������ be eli   tion of option Even n       ..     ons    From
H    '    ��� '���      mam     .vii] liki ly   ,!r.  , ,n>"    the sai ramenl of th
i'i' l   ������    ' -   lh''  Lor I's   -   .-..' r   ���*. ll   I"-   a Imlnistered
rule  machine is  all<   ed to hav  afte] Q , ervice.    The eve
ning service will bi   musical.
..���-..���.
-_.: ���
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i
There are man; baking powders bL't
There is Only One
MAC.C BAKINC POWDER
It is Pure. Who!c_o_nc and Economical.
��OLD IN ALL SIZES.
W. GILLETT CO., LT
led  b ��� ids  to  se-
. ���   rotes.     Vs in a,! at  pre*
<!ou'.,t,  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ces for  Templeman  arejRuS& D.D., pastor.    Services  11 a.m
considered good.
OLJ . .        BAPTIST���Rev.    M.    I.
LIVE HIE CAUSES DEATH
OF LYNDEN ELECTRICIAN
and i .     ��������� Sunday school at 2:30 p.
m.        lid-week        ayei    ���       .,
���.   ai   ���   .'��� lock.     Moi ning:
Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
I for Sate ���:��� Io Rent -:- Etc.
Of   course   you    - .      ���      , ���(1   q{
:md of    other    si ,.    |jneg
���   are  doin��    a gen
��� ss at the
Queensborough
General  Store
LULU   ISLAND.
.... .:-.   !..    :. :.������... ,
s and    the   . ���
3,
So wi   can give ... ers   I
;
���   ���   snap
Choice    Potatoes    and    Turnips   delivered to any part cf t"ie City, 75c per
Sack.
H. Crane
Proprietor.
south end Lti 1 Brid
'Phone  1*16.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
'OO?.
&ym
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT,   1908.
WARNING  TO  PURCHASERS.
H
J-Jiat
North.
ons,
Anj  .
iij.ii;,.:.
-    -     :"  Voluieer entitled to  a ,     ,
Ignraent of the t'igh   ol
...   .
[       ...;   must     be  by  way  of  ap
Wilt
11
nol   rei
. ..��� oi a substituti  and mui I bei
. proVidi i e Act. ���'     I '
. i   .        . ution d  to Sub-
Lion ��� '.'   i   ���      age, to thi  ���   .
\.  . 1908, which       ���    ��� - thai   (.,,,��� 0l
��� ai ol  tl * of a vol
the appi   ��� "i lade i
���     e accej    d or reo     I: ��� I   ,.   ,
tmeni    of  thi    Inti
which is not executed and dated after   ; .,
the  date   of  the  warrant  for the land
grant issue 1 by the Mlnisti . of M
and Defence in favoi           inteer.
I. \V. GREENWAY,
i Commissioner i :' Dominion
Lands, Otti
:���...  s    ������ mbfli-   i:1"-
Saved    From     Being     Horribly
:-!ed   by   Quick   Action of _.ine-
mar"���Victim   Leaves  Family.
; viva!   Prayer."
��� ;: ��� tl   Will
by  ijie oi dinam e of  the  I.oi . 3  Sup-
he  even         hi
,
mons    on      D ie  and   i';-        in	
whicb he will discuss  ;; onshin i _
POL ND    S
WANTED    Pu Id     id
11   ���   ate.       A
:   City.
,__��� *r w _?-"v
Jm
ifll  ���   "Phone  18**).      Barn    Phone 137
Columbia  Street
TENDERS FOR   DREDGING.
:'��� Oi                    tries     Mc-
,,-.,.. .   |    ...             .         ; ,
'���   .,  ���     Elei any ai   I..widen,
electri .           night    at    6:o0   Rev   J.
o'clocl n . and th.  body wa ���   .
to s mn    ' tha prac-
the day.    The subject 0 ���   sermon in the series
is  "Th     ; hi   Standard  of  Doctrine and Du'
ST.   VXDREYV'S PRESBYTERIAN���
- . .    son,    pastor,    Ser-
;. I    7    p.m.    Sa ibath
WES1   END METHOjJIS i'    Ri .. !���
A   Ma ;>r.   Servi ��� - at 11 a.m.
.in . T . .:...   1 'lass mei ting   at 10 a.m.
S al  2:30  ,   .     ;���:. .vori b
Li igue  M   nda.    at    s    p.m.,    pi ayer
n     -'. ���   ;.. _ la .     t 8 p, m.
, \'.i ects    ��������'������ ��� - I I
on from   ieinj ily mang- j school and Bible class 2:30 p.m
thi   quii .  action    of    another 1N0 siihjects receh
.. ���     nan, > ,..;���     e near,
M0K1 I ti Ick   : en  the  pLace ol
��� he ��� leci ricl  a Ime and  was
-   ; ��� . namo  trying   to
lix a    elt thai   ���.   I    ei nine twisted, In
nm    hi   canii   In contai t witli
id w as  thrown back on '
.    . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I   ���      ������'i.'     was    rescued,    bul   the      KMiX   PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH,
is' I  Instant  death. Mc-   -; Rev.  E   G. Thompson, M.
Keti ici   wa    thl ears    old    and   ,\ . pastor.    Pu lie worship, morning,
leavi ai     two children. 11 a.m       evi ning,    T    p.m.    Sa     1   1
He had livi ������      some   school   and   Bible    1 lass    2:30    p.m.
������  Ing \V< dnesday    evi 1 ng
  at  7: 10.    V.  P.  S,  C,  E.  M inda
1....    _ ��� DI v I e S e
SEMI-MONTHLY   SALARIES
Small ������      ;
Wi irldg  .    (Iwm ;     ���   11
me    ..   pi 1". ing      ��� and
ing  for   thi    notice.     A]    .-      n
iteamei   Kl;. er,
WAN THI)���Girl   to   assist   with
housework;   .     ���:   ������     es.    A;.,.:;
��� wei :: !-' and  l o'clock noon, A   \\
eod insurance office, Arm--    ..
\\ \.\"i"i.l. -S:n;ir.   boy   to   run   news-
iress;   one   with   expei :���. nee
��� fern d.    -\; ply after  S  p.  ru.     r
..   News  office.
cered    pi
any part ot t'ne city.
to
Light and Heav7 Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM   DEPOT.
c
OOKSLEY'S
: Pict
ure
POSTCARDS
RAILROADS  TO   FIGHT
wanted���a li.c.   Japanese boy *
\NTED��� Nursing, or dally work
b woman.    Apply Box I'ilT.
���l'i - -Furnished  bedroom,     .
Uickenson street, the Crescent, j
Se; hi
.1    Ti udi ; ;
i 1 loal   Hai boi  '   will   be   ������ -
ceived <���     laj        Otl    Octo
19 3, at 4:30 ing
:    u   Coal   Hai ior,   Vani ouver,
Pro. In      of Bi ...     1
! ��� ��� !     ���   1   illl-
. ���   on the ipplli
.1 \\ l-th ,e   . .     gnatnn
.     I IS.
Sj eclfii ai Ion and I n m oi ti
on ition  *o  G.   A.
Keefer,       Esq.,      1    Ideni     engineer
N'ew    Westminster,    B.  C.,    and    at
the    Di lartment   ol    Public
I'        .      Tenders   musl   lm
to\'. Ing of the planl   to un the 1
Only di' . ,    e en
���
en
������.,  wn,
an .no 1.
'; hi   bi in ���
���
of the folioi
1 .)    At lea     .
ipou  and
yea    I
...     \ ���
.     , >   :
���     .! ll
.
than   ���
the   vlcinit    0   h
blp ii
en   di
1   ���    If tl
fa thi r 1    leci    ���
��� ���*.
owne ���
���  an  eight)
- -li-
ad  ��� ���
vicinity,
; 1 bis (.v.n  ;
Iving  with the tal
; 1 e term    1
pn   ...
re tU
���
of   road   1 1  ��������� in 1
mi a   if.-ment.
1.1    a   bomeBti
perform   nis   re
cordance with the .
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ARE  NOV."   ON  SALE   AT
M.   MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE
understands English, wants position   J.   G.    GAMON'S  CIGAR    DIVAN,   F,
��� use   work.   Japanese   No.    1   MACKENZIE'S   DRUG    STORE   and   works
���    Sapperton, He Asa. -THE  FAIR." Columbia  StreeL ed which are registered In Canada at
the time of the Bllng ol tenders within  with parents 0
���.   ��� ���.   days aftei thi   date they have  ed   ;,.   blmsell mu
een   notified   of    thi    1 ���   ��� ptani ������   ol   foi 1   1 .
th"i:   I'i Six
\T7 4 '_   . \n accepted cheque on a chartered  be given to the '
P. O   Box   ITI Tel.   ii?,. Res    4L'!��
Estimates   Submitted.
-NTEDGood  plain    sewing    ui
Apply  Mrs. .1.  Simpson, .Ash
treet. P. 0. Box 937.
.-       PAUL FORMED  EPISCO*   	
PA .    Rev   "���   deB   Owen      ctor. S r-  WANTED���Family washing
dozen
estminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID.   Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
'
.;..���.  ,-.t 11 a.m. and 7 p.m,    Holj 1
is  an-   munion first Sunday in the month af-
2, this ofl   -
action to ti   titer morning service. Prayer meetlf.g
of the new la                     lays at 7 ��� p.m.
n                 (No ������...;..
mo
effect iv<   ;   \     :
11,   iii.ii!--'         .-��� .... 3 at 11   a. 111.  ..Ii ;
T       in      Sui 100I at 2   :���'  p m
(No             - : eceived.)
W.ANTED���Two dozen tame rabbits,
stati price and apply to Box 175,
\ -a  Westminster.
WEST   PRESBYTERIAN  CHURCH
Ri ���    T.   Wardla M A.,  Pb
WANTED   Bj    a    steady      arpenti 1
work;   waged   n   sonable.    Address
Jas. Goodeve, city, or applj   al  Mr,
McKay, 286    Col im 1 a        eet,
Royal .studio.
announced   that   mens
o enl ���   The
,:. or- 	
C'OLLINGWOOD      METHODI8T ���  WANTED���White waitress;  good wa
therjSei    ces at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. Sun-      ges,    Applj   to  Wesi   End   restaur
out* da   school at 10 a.m.   Epworth League     anT-
come of this action before taldng any I Tuesday    8    p.m.    Dundonald    school
;. .  to the order of the Hi a minion  Lands at 1 H
....,,  li   ���;������ Minister of Public Works, to apply foi  patenl
i for one  thousand dollai -   if:  ���" "���
musi   bi   deposited   a      ecurlty.    The Deputy of the Mil
cheque   wlll   be   returni I  In casi   ol      \    i:       ���    . ���    ��� ��� -
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      I nun :u 1 ������-.:.nu ������   of   '��� n  ��� 'this   adv<
Wrought   iron   Gate.,   hence..   Crett*       .,,;,   , ���..���.,, ���,...,. t[ ,.     . , ,  e���   for
ings.  Balcony  Railings, and w flcc(    .    ,.   |owe8(  ,���.   ,:i.,   ,������,,,	
Fire    Escapes. ,..    u,..,.r
NAP,   TESSIER,
^^^ Secretarj
BLACKSMITHING Department ol  Public Wo
  Ottawa,  October 7,   l!'"*
General Machine Work and
*��� ��-r ?.1\
���te, *'?-*_
Office  and  Work.:
(    Newspapers  wil]  not    be  paid   ',"'���
renftl Street,    ���      NeW Westminster  '-^  advertisement  if they insert    it
wl*limit   authority   from   ih,.   Department
Bteps.
:  Service at _.' p.m. and    Sunday
���  il at 3 p.m.   Hev W. Ewar! Jones,
SEVERE   STORM   DRIVES
P ;:    ��� rt, i let,  UO
���   - ir is   jusi    abating    nt
��� ft ipei t,  !,a   ;: _    .i--.--!   now  five
*a\\m
i (pastor.)
1 No subjects received, 1
SHIPS   ASHORE   IN   NORTH       ,,.,    .    __       ���__,_-,     ���
Bl KNAHV    .MISSION--Pastor,    II.
W. W.  Bromwlch, East Burnaby. Ser*
he worst  v;,.,._ ;i< f,,]i0WK:    (.;aHl Burnaby, Sun-
.!:���   school  at  two o'clock;   iiroaeliini,'
i.service at 3 ['.in ;  young people's ser*
Dui :--  "���   -'   :'   ''���   sa   din    ,il.(.  ,lt   7.30  PiI���.;  Thursday,  prayer
la'inc" * '���' ";i   !"   ' ''���    Bervice  al    -    p.m.    West   Burnaby.i
Sunday Bchool al 2:30 and preaching
met a ir at 7:30.
S ���' !1''- i No   : ibjeci -  received.)
1.   ���   ... ral da; s
,,. .,      SALVATION   ARMY    Services   will t
,  ,   .     .   princi   Ruiierl    '"'  conducted   In   the   S.   A.   barracks
.,    :.., ... ���   en   Sund tj follow  .   V  a m , knee
,    ,   with the        ��� *������"���������!  '" B In**'    Bchool; 11 a m���
  hollm in., praise;   7:30 p, m.,
ag.     \   cordial   Invita*'
Lumber  Famine  at   Prince  Rupert
TO KENT���Two furnished front bedroom, Applj Arrow Press, back of
Windsor Hotel, or 287 Victoria St.,
near   Library.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
WANTED -A    niirs
Jones.
Mrs.   Dr.
FOR SAl.K Light [mny cart in good
condition; or exchange for buggy.
Moi li -. Vani ouver road r 1st Bur-
nab*..
V E S T M INST E R EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help prompt: free of
chart,'" Branch office, 107 Cordova
street we��*t, Phone A 2750 Vancouver, B, C.
.
Th  ,,.  ;
I ii"" h I to all.    Evening sub-1
a
���
��� i-       Sbil
. ���   ,
���
^^^^^^      Repairs.1
SAPPERTON Ml-: 1 HODIST       Rev,
Tin. .. i, pasto      Servlci     al    11
Japane^JEmpJoymenLAgency
��� m  and 7 p.m.
CONTRA L TORS
and   TRANSLATOR
       ^^^^^^^^^^ Mal**   an<-   Female   Help   Promptly
n,E     ii:. HODISTS     wlll   COLUMBIA    and    McNEELEY   STS
"hi-"*   nortl new   ch���  , , NEW   WE8TMIN8TER    b    C
|^^^H_____________________Bc'i|,'<''^
JUNIOR    FOOTBALL.
. Ill
.   m.
.   I   1.a    I..- [reel       "'
1 11 Re.
L   .'.; elder ol
Pugi ... ,'ill ] roach
i ),������ and High stho    r,    ������>���.-        tn iinluj   ai   11  11
Nov,  ?  -Wi   ���   End  and Central Hi   ivlll        11 ���-      and
\. -.   , . hi "'  I' and  Snpj
ton, I  .
Nov.   11 erton     and     nigh  this   se . e ���   ibi   -"tniim
.a, bool A. Lo il .     .. ill
No\    21    High   school   H  and   -  '  ���	
).;���,! Portland  to Get Canadian  Coal.
No\   ."    Central and  Sapperton, Poi  land,     Oct,     ;i0. -The     Brltlsl
Not    I!    Central
\o\   .��� ���    ���   ntral a
11. i     .    High  Krhi
1 ii. 'ni  1:
11.. . ',    St, Louis and Wes
��hf,ne
V. O, Boy   88b
  The White Pass
"I   7::_U.     A   love   feast J   V    5 B
A1    '   l>��W on Snnila)       Up   ���,      VI     ailU    111K0I1   i. OlltC
"'���   the   or CONRAD, CAR! ROSS   ATI IN
^RBANK OKrLlnd
FAIRBANKS.    Daily traini  (except
On   Sunday,   Nov.   1st.     Train    fori
Eastern i*oints  will  lease  New  Westminster at 8:20.
Train for Seattle will  leave 111   *��� 20.
Train for   the   Easi   and   Kootenay
points will    leave    Weattnlnster    al
15 20,
Train irom the  Easl   wlll arrive   u
Train  from   the easl   will arrlve at '
-".: 00,
Train from Seal 1 le will arrive al
1- . 15.
For further particulars ami reservu- :
t'ons apply
ED. OOULET,
Agent   \"w Westminster.
nr   tO   E.   ,1.   COYLE,
Asst. Qenl. Pass. Agt.   Vnnoonvtw.
BOOKLNG '! 11 AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN Till! OLD (.nl'N'IKY
CAN BE ARR VNOED AT THIS OFFICE.
Synopsis ni  Canadian
Regulations.
Auy available I
in tbe rallwaj I
bia, maj be b   oe   ��� *-;���_���'']
who is the sole h<
any male over 18 yeai **J
extent of one-quart
acres, mote or li
Entry must be n
the local land offii 1
which tbe land is
NEW   WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLI-| ^0xy ma-V' h��*' ' * iH
tain conditions by the tathi
^^���^^^^^^^^^^___     sou, daughter, luother
calling at Hammond, haney, Langley, |,ntend,ng home8teader
Mission and way ports, with pas- Th(, hora,,,u,;l(1.,r ,, ��� ,
aengers and  freight. jfcrm  th��� condltlon8 connected^
S.S
RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular tailings between
INSTER
WACK,
leaves     Brackman   Ai   Ker     wharf,
with     under    one
of tb< :
New   Westminster,   Tuesdays,   Thurs* L|anS.
day.  and  Saturday  at 8 a    m. j     (1/   At ,ea8l   Bl,   m0
Leaves   Chilliwack   Wednesday.   FrI.Lpon  aU(]  cUitJvatIon ol  '
day and Sunday at 7 a. m. eac,.   ye;ir  f,���.  ,,,.,
For  rates  and  particulars,  apply (g,    If ,,,,. ,,,;,.
father is .i". ea ed),   ��� '
steader residi 3
vicinity of the Ian J
I requirements a
��� IsaUsfled by such
the fait.1 r or
(3)    if !)-���   ���    * {
enl reslden e ; la     '
WESTERN   STEAMBOAr  CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
It.  WHITMORF, Secretary.
Emiii'i
ritain, in
No
1
tiilniinl
Sunday)    carrying   passenge'rsj6 mS! I
-xpress    and    freight    connect    with
and St. Lou chartered yes'te.     ,U?V .at. Carcross"and WhitV'HoVs'e"
01    ''      "   ��W   <���� '       "   I     "and.  She 1        !    ���   R��o?
l in-    1 -
and  ;-:
11.
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THE
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Daily
For  otl.1 ;   .!..;.-   ,,:.;   particulars,
applj  to
ED   GOULET,
C. P. ft. Agent.
C.   Hamber
ACCOUNTANT  AND  AUDITOR
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wafer*.
Family   trad*  a   specialty.
rei.   113. Office    Eight  street
NEW   WESTMINSTER,    e.   C.
F. CRAKE
English  Watchmaker
7u*o   door*   from   Ceo.   Adam*,   Grocer
Ladles' Oold Watcnes trom 112.75 up
Gentlemen's   silver   Watch"1    open
face,  $6.00.
Gentlemen's Bilver  Watches,  doubts
ease,  $7.50  Mp.
Agent for the celebrated south fiend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnao
Arctic Expedition.    .11 warranted,
ed hy him in th
Btead   thi
denci
(upon the Bald land.
Six mon  ���
,. ;���  tO '   ���   I
���ini.mi Lnn :    it '
apply for 1  ten
COAL
,      .      foi   a
al  an  annual   ���
No!     mof^^^^^^^^^^
cents I"
A royalty al   bi
ton   bal   be 1
chantable "i;i'     '
DeputJ 0f the Mlnisti
Tel.phone 54.
Wing  Yuen
Co-
Nct-iry   Pu!.
Conveyancer
I.
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'���   E   A'   6
JESS.
Roon   10,   Brine  Eicck
Ne// We ������
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Wan h   rej airli   . :. 1   reason
A>,
rHjnA'
LADI
ESi  AND  GEN1
���etc
���
��� g, C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
MOTHERS
Get
your Boy 01
,-p
��� ��� ��� ���*�� ���
Manufacturer* and Dealer* in All Kind* ot
mber,   Lath.   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash.   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
W��� ������������
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12
New Westminster
fieichenpacn
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and   RETAIL
BUTCHERS
COLUMBIA
STREET
Plume 101 Phone 101
I'ttmmttv ����������������������������������������������������<.���*��� �������������������������**�����������->���������������
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,-H.O.OCO.O"
HESERVE              |! 1,000,000.00
|lr--e.  . ,- i -,ii.ida an 1 New |    ndland.   ami   in   lxinilnu,   Luglaud,
Suw   _    .,,  Chicago au'l   Spokane, U.S.A., and  Mexico City.     A Hen-
:.n  MiitilDeaa Transac t *d.
���.tin of Credit '.Hsued, available witl  correapondente in all  Darti of tbe
v. .-.,
I*** n9i Bank  Department.     Deposits  received In sums of $1 and upwards,
-:  allowed at i per cent,  per  annum  (present rate)  added
w
those
aterproo
Capes
.Made in two sizes fitting Boys of
8 and 10 years
Price $1.75 a Cape
*
Worn  by all the
district telegraph and news boj -
in the large cities
and are Strictly Waterproof
f
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Elfarti block, New Weatminater, B C
ILLLI    CF     VILMI      Ilim.IM.IS
BY COMPLICATIONS
Men's sizes, $2.00 the Cape
Men's Mud Colored Mackintoshes
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-211   Columbia  Street
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and  Begbie.
1 ilovli      Picture      [Uus-
"   ..     i,   .i,  ���
d and Frldi
ladies' Hair Dressing!
Musi'""   and  Scalp Treatment    a
Specialty
Corner of  Sixth   ana   Columbia.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
.1. CABINET  MAKER.
4** ������.   Ye ���   A.  Lee.)
J ' ha opi���!���������������     ��� ���       lollcl
.j. patronage     Furnltu -i    made   t<
���J. specii    design:   oftici   aud   ston   >������
*;    tures    hi; klndi o ��������� repaired,
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British Consul Incensed
cause Few InvitationsWere
Given to English Reside
First Class v  ���        ���
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Woi. "> der Si
P.  0.   Box  304. Hou...  ohone  8 29.
SOCIETIES
-vino     China    Oi       10   -An    Inte
...  ,,,,,���,   . omp lea Ioi    ' u   ���   '"���'
, the   vis     ���.    "���    Vtnerl    ���   bi
squadron to  *."��� ncei        because
onl;    six!     Invitatloi     *     ��� tend   flu
festivities  had  beei   ���- ���������������   ���-   British
esldents he "i     hi   B "i ;-1   ������"   u
toda    "efused * ���"     he vice
���i, 't    -eceptloi     :".     h      ub equent
���  I.-,    ani       ������ ���     mnounced to-
ulg]    that no v- 'I        mbjec   w iuid at-
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I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODtiE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held ln Oddfellews' hall Colum
bla street, every M<-��i lay evening
at 8 o'clo
,, ���   .   .
....     ... .    .
      o     '������   '    ''
bat it wa r
���   .
native
. ���, .....   ,
ception exclusivi
troubli    ��� ������  e the An
. ii ��� ���
tioi ������    ��� ������
nighl  to    pri
*. O. U. W.���FRASER  LOOGE No. *i   ...
��� Meetint'f- ibe first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend
Ijodge room, A. 6. TT. w. hall, Oddfellows'  block, ClarVsoQ  <ji reel
������������
. ble    ������
OURT BRUNETTE.  Nu. 4099, l.O.F.
-Meei.s  thp  Fourth   Friday in  the
-
;.....    i .���-   ���   -   ������ ....
of the opportun he fes
tivities   attendh the
Vraerican  battlesb i   engage
���W*_-KH~M~r ���I"I"IllI"I"t"I'll"I*"I"l'lM'llllI"H"!"ll 4**\
_nVnt'X_,8J,   S  ��'c'"v>k-  in thc 6ma**   in another outbrea thi   -.dee-
hall, Oddfellows' block. ,  y,
-..   -  government   --.������������      and hund-
HEATING STOVES
U you wanl a heati i tor wfl or hai I r .        ���    ' ive them.
Oxfoi    Fl i  ac<   Oxford Oaks, bandsoi ��� . -. all with
heavj nlcklc trimmings.   ,\'-.. large rai
1 k>   no    forget   to  call   In   and   in- o -    11>
:   ..-   thi   ; in .-���   thai al g< n
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
FRATERNAL   ORU_E>.    OF   EAGLES	
Aerie No M        c ���        Tuesiiaj ���-���;,!...
evening  at J i the Eagles'      Thi  co nmot
haH,' ������ A.   Clark, ted ti      ���     ��� and func*
\v. Pres ;  H   Schofleld, Secretary.
Ions atti ���        if the Am-
.    .         ...    . ool ������
America *        ���
. erful im
THE ROVAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meel every Wednesday
m  s o'clock p. m., ir, Oddfellows'
hai, .,
        \
BON3 OF SCOTLAND  BEN^r AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLE-S   *
CAMP, 191.���V. ,,,,'
Third   ���   esdaj   oi  everj   montb  in   ,.
���
���
K   ol r. hall.   >
��� ..i
III
four times a year.
PCtt Asiets over  $108,000,000.00.
N3\.  WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
a. D. BRYMNER _ana.it*
������������>���������������*������������*��� ��������*****���*������������������������<
WE HAVE NO
MONEY TO BURN
��� ������ a dainty collection of Pyrographi.
WOOD TO BURN
i
A 'Phone
Will Bt ins Coal
i    w ���   cai .      w ���
don'   ��� '������  ;i'�� yoi
dei.   Conn  In pei sou
.1 tal  card,  bi nd  a  _ - enger
or call  us "u    thi    phon       In
either  case  you   gei   ''''*
kind ot coal     Tha:   I ���
and  cleanesi   s ou  evei     id  In
vour cellar
GILLEY BROS.
Il\iiIi l>
i. o
auds of Chinest ���       "   ""
.   o. F.���Royai   City   Lodge,   No.   5Mpg that
V-''-   "    ""���'      '         ������   eomi   to     -
.  Chinese oflh   ���
��� .  ���   with all tl
���      ���	
���     ��� foi   the  -!,!'���'���-
i tinmen!  ol   thi  ��� **��� ���  -  and  men of
the il' ��� :
al  S o clock.    Visiting ' rethren wil
be    made    well G. E  dilley,
\" i; .'*!���: Os o ���
inn secretary.
it!
SIR
I J. J. MacKay & Co.
��� i;       lers Stationers News Dealers   5
***->..ommtmmm++++++Jt+m.*****������*+*���������*>������*>+++****+*
Are you i alng $25 00   per  wi k?
p, b re paid so much mi n<
).-, ,,   .    ��� em expert,   in   p i
But  ;u in i .    ' ������'  'ii " ���'���'���   '"���' ��������� ���' h more.
v,   , ,   phi]   :               '             ' Ivertl Ing    man igi     I' ���"""
  .. , rei enl Inti   ������   ���                faa i be ip il the prli ���
Can  I   Learn  to be  an  Ad.
Writer by Correspondent: <��� ?
K08E OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. 8.������
Hed Huso Degree meets Second ami
l-'"iitih Wednesday >.f each month,
In K. of P. Hall, nnlumbla St,, at
,s I. in , White Hciie Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and  place.
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES,
include the Union l.*"igo. No. 9, A.
P. and A M ; Kins a^o'-"."! liodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A M.; L. O. L.,
No. L1B0; I. 0. I,.. No '",,;, Court
Bapperton, No. 4683, I. O F ; C 0
I-.,   Courl Westmin N'>.   3:10;
Brotherhood bt Ow's   Nest No. 29;
Street Letter Boxes
Trains & Steamers
IRE VI   NOU I HERN   EUI1 WAY.
.   Vi    ��� 10 -. in . ai  Beattie 4 o.m.
l,v. N i p.m    bi   Beattie m i-.m
12:10 a.i
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...-. We can ��� bon  to rilti   good  oal b
lust a    well a   li   ... were attending   iersona
a hour of you ry en alng
Li-. -i-v   ��� P.O   Box  755.      Opp.  Royal  City  Mills
0xvcr     raser River'
raser xviver ROYAL CITY
weight and Pass- WINDOW
ea,er Service per CLEANING CO.
ls School ot Ad ve eel      bo     if Inst i
li  i ���""���  '   ''
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theii  ...    onal crllleistn
tudeni Is loo
��� ii
avorite
i ifflce and Houae Wlndot.
Cleaned.
; ���
and pa Bengers to
New Westmlnater
id |
it*' '��� I'I'i.i wharf dally
iturdaya, at 2 p.m.;
" mdays, leaving at
Work Contracted tor ������
Week or Month.
ti ifai tlon Guar intee i
GEO. COX   & CO.
i    Cor  Columbia and Carn irvon 91
New  Westminster,  B.C.
.
Weatham [aland 7    ���    mr jp  C-.*,c
i       6 .m; J. Newsome&sons
���
iturdays, leaving
Tick,.,
Steveston    Tuei day ,
Painters and  Decorators
I   timatcrton All Work Given
tonan<1 return B0\399 Sixth Avenue
"d.tvs ,,niVi |   ' NewWestminster
i oi, ���       ,      .    ji        ful ad
acked up       ��� li" '��� '��� inti  ol   thi   pro
,.....,   tor the howlng    laj outs
��� "io (he most    ��� idvertl ien Bnts wrllti n    h
���
i.               ,    te ichin endorsed bj noi only thi  li idli
inutactureT      i itesl experts and publish
If you have only a common, ordia.,*-    school education and earning less
er we                . ' in the mosl lucrative profession In   be
! i
: gtudenta are here���in stores, factories, advertising
.;  i.   ., thorou '.    qnallfled that they command hlghei   jala
��� ,- year,   if you want to work up in the BrM you are with, this
kn,,., . . open the iir��>r of promotion, and we can do r bj  corres
pondence aad  the hearty co-operation of yourself.
Wr-,. tor further particulars.
The  Sword  School  of   Advertising
128 Fifth Ave. West, Vancouver, B. C.
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Leave New Westmlps"1- r. "'I, 6:20,
8:BO, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every half
r.our thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
,.:50, fi;50, 7:20 and half hourly till
11:30 p.m.
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ADVERT'.3Ti_       -��
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If YOU Wa_?'. a Situation.
Following la ''���' omj '<��� U ' "*
stree! letter boxes togethei ���' Ith th ���
loc itlon and numei Ic 'I designation:
Box No. Sltua
l    Eighth Ai-      ��� I   I '���'-���'���   nth 81
��� Eighth Ave, and Eighth Bl
;:    Beventh    ������        :' I   Fourth  Bl
i    sixth   V.ve.   ���" I   rhifd  3
Blxth Ave.  in I  3ixth Bt.
Blxth \v. ���'" i \ nth St.
Blxth   \v-   i" [   '"  Ifth -;'
31xth Ave. and Fourteenth St
Fifth   "���' ���    '*' I  I uth st
Fourth Ave   md   ' <��� ' th SI
Fourth   \.'"."-    ���"        uth St.
Fourth Ave. and 9     ntb ^l-
Fourth   Vv.-    ind 1        b  St.
i     V.!      md S     ������ ''  31
Third  -ive  and Sec ind St
. i      ns Avi     nd St.
[ueens Ave   md Third Bt
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Eighth B ito Plac ���
Hanlan and  Pu i      --';
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Vgnes and Sevenl
18 and Foil    :    -
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Ilotl Sts.
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Columhln and Tenth Si i
'-    p    R,  9tl tlon, Front   31
"rout an I McKenzie S
From and I*:- tton   -: pare.
Front St., Sc Building,
17 Bran"!te and  Keary   Sts,
18 Columbia and Keary Bl i.
��� Columbia and Distillery Road.
' .    Eighth Ave.   and   Richmond  St.
-11���Richmond and Keary Sts.
12���Columbia and Alberta Sts.
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Political   Cleavage.
Editor Daily  Xews;
Sir    ..
election,   with   all   lta
Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.
Prices right.
Quality first class.
.mui  laan   ji.'*  ujiuui.es   loo   late."
I,   it reasonable thai we should    '
ived of the usefulness of um- be *
cltlzi ns   b< i 'use  of  the    Uhexpei ti
of the ; olltlcal wheel?   Did noi
the mlnoritj   believe its  pany would
.  bere  :  ver' an*3 '"'I noi tl
menl opportune for tbe expression   v'ot( ': '      '    was   kctin&  i!>   "
of a few calm thoughts. :,rS' inte '   -;s cou��try whei
'-.Majority rule" Is the foundation ol   -'oted  '"      ' '    '!  whici   '
��� ������'��� ��� ���   gov< rnment     ever^-whi re.  "'" :"' '""' fro-
- ��� implies political con*
'��� sts and . ��� ex tenco of minorities,
does noi follow that minorities
ild h i ��� ��� . len d as outcasts with
"������' interesi In public affairs, and wjin
no am ill lob serve their couni ry loyally and faithf illy.    Without a minor-
he   expected co mtrj
ami his  constitui ncy in  partic il i.
derive thi    io    ' < m 'it ?    Although h
lost his vo hi
less   ci li   -   honest,    no
less cons cientious    .       >s loyal to i  -
best Interests o countrj- than hi
y we could i   l have a majority, each ne-Shbor wh'    o ��� I for the 3ucces ;
eing  the  complemenl   of  the other.; '���*������'���������"���    Ha<3 he ���"'' ' otherwise, had
i        .in which he ha
Indeed, ��-i I ut minorities we could
not ba "��� ��� sponsible government,
There musi ' a' cleavage, but the
cleavage si ould nol be too wide or
tixj ii arrow.
For;;,   rears ago the cleavage  was
ioo narrow,    In those days the voter
he voted foi
no confidence and whicli he b- Iii ve
would  ! e d fi ib !. hi   -hon].i be writ-
ti a   down ,a   ii:.1.;.. I   hyprocriti,   unworthy of his franchise or h
ship,    tf party government were conducted as i: should be, there would I ������
Anderson fe?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
.'inion to the character jno bitterness In the aftermath if po
litical  contests.    But  ther,'   Is.    Ani
.  tliis bitterness la frequently nurtured
that   the  fr<|ni one i lection to another, disturb
in? al] th.- social relations of cltlzi ���
ship,    We have not  long to wait    to
se ���  the   party man  select "nis  doctoi
his   lav ils  merchant,  his   -,.   .
I ��� vi u hi- barber, <>n partj llm -.
In the matti r of appointment : i
ind  patronage g nerally, it
..;'  t hi ; date  than to the  public
qui stioi issue.    Today
.   ,     .   . i -oil.  so much
clea . a i ecomi    ��� i �� I l<    ��� id the
���  u lei i    nf i iajoritii    Is '" ignoi e mi-
noritii nsequi nee  of  this
wide cli'i    ise the usefulness of many
;   i-   loat   to   the   country.
This feature may noi ' e fell  vi rj *;''-
lously in the ol h     in I more populous i lie offlc
;   I-, Inci - "l Cam I     iui in a pro; Ince  i.s   only
natural    that   a   govi
B    . :���   Co    nbia,  which  is only  should give firsl  consideration  to the
a  claims  of  its   supporters, everything
N'ew Westminster, where else being equal.    But In the mattei
and   influential  men arc com-   of public improvements, In which al
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard BlocK. New Westminster.
In   ;;-  Infancy,  and especially  in
.I strict  li).
���
paratlvely few and where progressive parties are interested, the Ignoring of
development, such as we foresee, must the t ''ce of the minority is Utile less
lean entirely upon such men, we can- than a crime. Mr. Taylor may hav.-
not afford to dispense with the ser-j the ear of the government in in-essim.
vice of even one of thia class,
questions Mr. Taylor's cleverness or
his ability to present our claims
faithfully and forcefully to the Dominion government Xo one questions
Mr. Jardine's influence with ihe government or his standing with the most
influential men of his party In Can-
ada, Musi one consider the u-*eful-
ness of these two men gone because
the political wheel threw one man off
and   landed   the other    in  the  wrong
ADVERTISE       TM
��� IN ���
DAILV        NEWS
THE
No one pur claims, and our claims are of infinitely more Importance to us than
the interests of any Individual, but to
mt tha ear of the government with
good results, Mr. Jar,line can rendtr
Invaluable aid. New Westminster ���-
his home, he must share In its future
prosperity or adversity, and vve must
ask Iiir11 and, al3o Mr. Taylor to forget
what! ..-r unpleasant incidents may
have caused a iuft'linu ol temper dur-
lng th beat of the contest, so as to
place? I hope not. The cleavages com ;; the Influence of one wiih the
of Christian denominations became so j cleverness ,,, tjie other for ihe corn-
wide  through   bitter and useless dis-|moi I of our citj and country. To
cussions that millions of good men re- nij . . I there is nothing connected
jected Christianitj In disguat. Ii was wjt| :,. election ol President of the
not till enthusiasts saw the appallln States so edifying aa the con-
effects of  the  cleavages thai   dlsi is iLatorj   message   always   sent  by
I ms   were   abandon, d    and     ��� (To i
made to narrow the chasms.    Sii
;esults are in store foi the ���--.ei   ������
ening  political   cleavage unless   it   Is
checked   In  time.    If good  m< n    see
that   the public    <.r,- esta  musi
ecti use  of  i Iiis   cli ava ���       will
turn away In disgusi   rom poll
ind unite with Socialists oi   ��   h
some other part) thai maj offer a better form of government.    Let   us  be
wise In time.    As a convlci one- said
1 to  me on entering prison to serve a
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Railway Service I
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver aDd war
stations will run every half-
,v.":ir from 6:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
I Last car Iv.  Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for botb Sap-
je.-tot. and city limits over tbe
citj line.
City  Line:    Cars leave tram J
office on the hour, tweaty min- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- ��
ter, commencing  at U:2fi a.  m. 2
Sapperton Line: Cnrs leave S
at ten mlnctes after the hour, S
half past and fifty minutes after ���
the hour commencing at 6:30 ��
a.  m. ^
Sunday  Set-vice   naiT-nouriy  he-  #
tween S._)H a.m. -ind 1!  p.m
British  Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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l-Mi HOUSE RENTERS!
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*-.^'(Wri* *:.'���'    .��� I       U/UIPLI     _X/M  1      VAFI    /^itAArr*^
������ht. defeated candidate to the Presi
lent-elect when the votes ar,. counted, It is not only a graceful act. it
. homage whicli loyaltj pays to
the nstltutions of u free country,
where the voice ol thi majority
ognized as the will of the people
During the last ten j ears bun Ire Is
of towns have spi ung Into exlsti nei
In thi adjoining provinces. Vancouvei only a few mile away, has do . ed
its population in a few years I'ui"-
ing thus.- years our progress, while
fair and verj substantial, has nol ieen
rapid.
Lei  us all milt'-, regardless ol i*oll*
tics  oi   anj   othei   consideration   and
make  .in effori     to  remove   this*,   reproach.     I   fear  that     heretofore   we
have allowed our minds to dwell too
much on small maters���on little ;hir-|
ty  cent   appointments,   for Instance���
Instead of grasping the big problems
which 'im   make our  city great.    If'
the grinding of little axes has Impeded om- progress, h i  us see to ll  thai
this grlndln gis stopped,   tlod and na- <
ture has done much for us.   Our '��� au*. I
til'm  elevations,  looking    down  nn   a'
magnlflceni    Iver,   (vlth  hund rei
miles  of  v. ii. i   froi tage  and  n
locked   har!...;.   mlghi   saj   io
Scotland'    in      ...   made to
Ro lericl    I ih ie'    followers:
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���������*   modi   :,   ; , .... . .  . .,.   ,,,.   sixth avenue,
52?.00 rente on Fifth avenue, u ro<_ms   modern,
$22.co ,. nti   on Agnes strei t, c n lei n, jusl  n n i. id t!
$20.00 rents 5-roomed cottafee on Fourth street, modern, line lot,
$20.00 nuts on Columbia  street, neai   Crescent, G rooms,
$18.00 tents on St, George street, 6 rooms, modern,
$18.00  rents   7-roomed   house on Third avenue,
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in   In r  hob]   still   bin i, tjje
engers  and  er��w  ure  ivei),    The]
ii    . ngei     were    i ,,
another vi    el a ion ly rep<j
bin   re,i,ained  . ii   bo: rd   and   ai    ,-i I
here safelj.    The i Hip flre la
ii'ii   Known.
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CARD  OF THANK?,
W      C,  C.  Fisher und   l .8
der their    lm ��� i.     iai fi
friends for tin f*i
show n al the tlmi  i
emenl
floral "tt'- Ing     i n
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Inspection of These
btk. raiu*j   [
Special Offerings
Our advertisements  give   but a very small proportioi
novelties,  special   values and  selections   which are   her'
the   fror.t   at   all   times   with   cuir announcements of
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tl
e are to
e arr|val of new
..cods or special  inducements m    crice  on  lines which a
"  a'" oi  ii.ter_o
to   you.     Watch   every   advertisement.     We   promise   you
stcre  news for the  next few  months.
eresti--
Ladies' Three-Quarter
Length   Tweed Coats
$4.95
EACH
An opportunity which i-   not offered   bui  ai   ra ���   inn   ,
ari  enabled to offer this lln rk  colored Tw<  .;  i
discount   owing  to a varietj   ol circumstances.    Onlj
In the lot.   'ivy and brown Check effects, and an Id
workmanship will surprise yon.   Sizes 32, !-!. 36,
Extra Quality in
Silk Moire
Underskirts
Heavy winter w.ight in plain
Navy. Brown, Grey, Cardinal,
and Black, and fancj plaids,
Moreen.
Nicely made, extra full size,
with double piped frills; all
si/as.    Each    $5-00 to $7.50
Hairlight Pompadour
Combs
Fashion's latest novelty in hair rolls. Made ��� I
wire, roll Bhape, to which Is tta hi i adjusta '������ co
holds roll in place.    Exceptions In welghi ai
the   greatest    recommendation   thi     are the mo
rangement possible,
W-  hav.- Jusl r< celvi I    .. ex ;.;.--- : s /.
each 50c
An Artistic
Array of
Ladies'
Tinsel Belts
The mosi up-to-date and
pleasing styles of Belts ii has
iKM-n our pleasure to show for
some time. We have them
through our own Importation by
parcel post from London, England Tbey are exceptionally
low in pric, ranging from, each
 25c  to $1-25
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:,'Zh^    \ Warm
%;*-���'a/*'      i
wzf      I Cashmere
S\W. and Lustre
mmk' Blouses
Main    n��-w    ,*;.. les an
In       ���   ���    winter   W i
in i - among the ��������� ��
ari   some  dainty   wa
tiM-d w!;h nice giii;';; -:
-.   ���      Hid   sieves.      Thi
tucked  styles  are
n  new Gibson 8hap< -    '  ''
are navj. brown, cardinal
ami cream.   Each .. $2 to %*���**
New and
Effective
Trimmings
Stir Ii \  effect -��� ami  plain  ni
a     n gilt,  silver  an l    se-
i|iiln  ttin:;;, ng    |u i  In
li", ��� ��� in   mind   when
��� ,    ��� \. nu,      ��� ���       : i hi.
...., : h Vtt
rlu       ��� re I iltabb
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20c  to /5c
New Elastic and
Gilt Beltings
\\ i'i.      Ell        || ':��� Ol
ami : il',", Il hint' in the uin" ini
sol |, in Elm ile Belting w ��� are
now bo ��� ��� black, na I S . car
illnal. brown and green. In the
Dili and Silver Belting man'.
new design a on display.
Per yard 40c to $1
An
Unusual
Assortment
of
Linens,
50c per piece
' Oi.      hi!     !   i .   . of   PI
Hern     .   ������..   ; i ,,   ���    ,��� and
Iin     n      ���       ���      ,....     In  va-
of  doylh      Ira
cloth     i. , . ,.
carve    eic     \ Renerul  under
. o"   of  I ii lout   line      und
omi   ��� ��� '��� |M lonal  snaps  plcki d
up has riven us the opporiitnli
io    offei   .oi  Bpecial  values in
this  assortmi nt.    Mo\.   on sale
In    lhe   I.ill' II   section.
Many New
Stamped
Cushion Tops
Man .   ni w  di   l| n
Vou  should   Li
.... e   it   you
i ��� .      ..   ���
VII   iHci      ���   ''; '    '
Scrim and Ribbon
Cash ion Frills
\,. ny i
loll  T
nri    In   ��� ai'ii    ��� ���
of frll
Sci Im Fi Ills,
Ribbon   Frill *f; ���'' '
Cushion  L'onli    with  !
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< ach  	
Cushion i lord    all coin
vard
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